You can still sign up for a Summer Season CSA Share, which starts June 20 and continues for 16 weeks, at a cost of $400 (2/3 Share) or $560 (Full Share).
With a Clay Bottom Farm CSA you will receive a weekly box of fresh produce. We are unique from other CSAs because we offer fresh, washed greens like salad mix and microgreens and include fresh fruit from partner farms in your CSA boxes. Other seasonal items in the CSA boxes will include heirloom tomatoes, colored peppers, carrots, onions, zucchini, kale, fresh ginger, garlic, and more. To see a full list, click here.
Summer Season FULL SHARE — $560
Deliveries start June 20 to mid-October: 16 deliveries @ $35/box
A 3/4 bushel box, same quantity as our 2013 CSA boxes (vegetables and seasonal fruit)
Salad/leafy greens + 8-9 fresh produce selections (for households of 3-5)
Summer Season 2/3 SHARE — $400
Deliveries start June 20 to mid-October: 16 deliveries @ $25/box
As much as possible, same wide selection as Full Harvest Share just in a smaller quantity
Salad/leafy greens + 4-5 fresh produce selections (for households of 1-2)
To sign up, please fill out this sign-up form (credit card payments accepted). If paying by check (which we appreciate because it saves us processing fees), please still fill out our online form so we have your contact information and pick up preference.
Clay Bottom Farm
11434 CR 34
Goshen, IN 46528
Payment plan (optional, checks only please): Send a $100 down payment check to be cashed immediately along with equal post-dated monthly checks. All checks must be sent to us at the same time. Even if you are paying by check, please register through our sign up form.
Thank you for supporting a local farm!
- We are a CSA-centered farm: we design our farm and decide what to plant based on filling CSA boxes with our best food. As extra food is available, we also sell to area restaurants, the Maple City Market, and the Goshen Farmers Market.
- Most food harvested within 24 hours of delivery. Images of our food, click here.
- All shares include top quality, in-season fruit from local orchards
- All shares include a blog newsletter with recipes and storage tips. What’s for dinner? We’ll help you figure that out! Browse past newsletters here.
DELIVERIES IN 2014:
NEW EXPANDED PICK UP HOURS!
Example of a typical CSA box:
Salad mix A blend of fresh-cut baby lettuces, washed and ready to use. We specialize in fresh-cut greens.
Tomatoes This year we are offering a variety of heirloom tomatoes, in addition to our meaty red and yellow tomatoes.
Peaches, blueberries, apples In-season, high-quality fruit direct from orchards in the area.
Winter squash Butternut, acorn and other squashes for your Fall feasts.
Japanese turnips A favorite of past CSA customers, these are sweet salad turnips that you can eat fresh like radishes. Great snack.
Carrots As the nights get colder, the carrots get sweeter.
Colored peppers Red and yellow sweet pepper that add color to any meal.
Not sure you can use it all? Share with a friend!
What if I am away on vacation?
If you will be gone for two weeks or more during the CSA season, talk to us about a pro-rated CSA share. If consistent pick-up will be difficult for your schedule, consider signing up with a friend.
Is your food organic?
We are committed to both the philosophy and practice of organic farming and use organic growing methods on our farm. We are not certified organic because of the increasing certification costs for small farms such as ours.
We estimate that 80-90% of what’s in the CSA is from our farm. The remaining items are from other local farms. The reason we partner with other farms is because we simply don’t have room in the fields for every crop, our time is limited, and we feel like it enhances the boxes to offer more variety. Food supplied from other farms is organic as much as possible. Much of the fruit is not organic, though we partner with orchards that use minimum-spray approaches.
You can also purchase smaller quantities from us at our booth at the Goshen Farmers Market.
Thank you for your support!