These debit-style cards have a built-in 10% discount which means that when you pay $225, you get a card with a starting balance of $250 (basically, you get a card that is worth 10% more than what you paid for it). Use your card any time you shop to buy anything we sell––from produce to coffee to bedding plants and groceries. Your card can be used at our farmstand, Hello Café, or at our booth at the farmers’ market.
Produce Plus CSA Card
Throughout the season, you’ll get several Produce Plus Bonuses. Most importantly, a Produce Plus membership entitles you to a 5-10% discount at the register on all Cedar Circle Farm produce through the end of the calendar year. Other bonuses will vary season to season based on availability, but could include early access to our PYO fields, member-only sales, and complimentary items.
- Early Bird Sign up
- by March 15: get the additional 10% Produce Discount
- March 16–June 1: get the additional 5% Produce Discount
Choose the $750 or $1000 value. Your card can be replenished in increments of $250 at any point throughout the season – just call the farm or stop by during open hours.
Basic CSA Card
Choose the $250 or $500 value. Your card can be replenished in increments of $250 at any point throughout the season – just call the farm or stop by during open hours.
Our 9-week Friday Night Dinner Share is a fun, convenient way to eat a healthy and nourishing meal at the end of a busy week. Running from October 12 through December 14 (no pick-up the day after Thanksgiving), this vegetarian* prepared food CSA offers a hearty meal for one, two, or four people.
A Dinner Share is a delicious and adventurous way to support local food production. Share contents will vary from week to week and highlight our own farm-grown organic produce.
Please email Theo before signing up if you have food allergies so we can make sure we’re able to accommodate you.
*shares may use eggs and dairy products
Pick a 20-stem bouquet weekly, for 12 weeks from July to September! We offer a wide variety of colorful, organically grown flowers in our cut flower garden across the street from our farmstand. Note: Sunflowers and Lisianthus count as two stems.
Photo by Ben DeFlorio