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What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) ?

Community Supported Agriculture is much different than going to the local grocery and buying your vegetables. It is a direct partnership between you and our farm. CSA members pay in advance for a share of the upcoming harvest and are ensured high-quality local produce; the farm is ensured a consistent market. Produce is harvested directly from our fertile vegetable fields, located south of Harlingen, just off Rangerville Road. Immediately after harvest, we deliver our CSA shares to our members’ homes and offices in Harlingen and San Benito, and to community pick-up locations in Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen and Weslaco.

What We Do

In September, we decide how many shares we will be able to provide. We make an intensive plan and offer shares of the vegetables we grow. We start purchasing our seeds, prepare the soil, and then we start planting in mid-September. We plant from seed, and transplant what we can to have a early start; most vegetables take around 45-100 days from seed to harvest.

What's in a CSA Box?

We grow over 40 different types of vegetables and herbs, and each week, members receive a “share” box filled with a variety of fresh grown vegetables, fruits, and herbs. The number of vegetables in your share will vary between 6 to 8. All of the vegetables come from Yahweh’s All Natural Farm and Garden directly and are organic. We select all of the vegetable varieties we grow based upon flavor, fruit abundance, and adaptability. The contents of each week’s box can be found on our home page, and recipes using those items are included in our weekly Facebook posts.

What does a CSA Membership Include?

1. Weekly or Bi-Weekly Box of Vegetables

Your choice of a weekly or every-other-week delivery of seasonal vegetables, fruits and herbs bursting with flavor and freshly harvested from our fields.

2. Invitation to Member Events

Invitations to Yahweh’s All Natural Farm and Garden member events, such as our annual Spring and Fall farm open house so you can see where your food is grown and meet the people who produce it.

3. Add CSA Value Added Benefits

The option to add to your CSA share free-range eggs, goat, lamb and fruit when available.

4. Online Recipes

You will also have access to our online recipe database, cooking and storage tips, and photos.

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