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Our Winter CSA Program

Community Supported Agriculture - Local Food Share

6 Home Delivered Boxes - Starts December 7th, 2023


What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Aka a Local Food Share! Here at Produce with Purpose Farm we work with multiple local farmers to build a share. Traditionally CSA shares would be sold by a single farmer and only the produce they could grow on their own would be in your share. This can result in an abundance of the same produce. Our CSA allows farmers to focus on the produce they grow best and we create variety by working with many different farmers.  


How does it work?

You sign up easily online here, once signed up you will receive a food share bi-weekly for a total of 6 Boxes. You can choose home delivery or pick-up at our Kaukauna Marketplace. 

Shares will sent out or ready for pick up on:

Week 1: December 7th, 2023 

Week 2 : December 21st, 2023

Week 3 : January 4th, 2024

Week 4 : January 18th, 2024

Week 5 : February 1st, 2024

Week 6 : February 15th, 2024


What comes in a Winter Share?

One bushel of goods! Anywhere from 6-12 produce items. Such as carrots, potatoes, cabbage, leeks, radishes, beets, squash, onions, kale, and more.

These boxes are filled with many items that are less perishable compared to our spring and summer.

 Winter shares are great for those new to a CSA program. Your produce this time of year has a longer shelf life, giving you more time to plan your meals with them.

Our Members

Love eating local quality food!

Taste the difference when you receive your food closer to the source. Most food in box stores are transported a minimum of 1,000 miles! For food to survive long distances, much of it is picked while still unripe and “ripen” it after transport, or it is highly processed in factories using preservatives, irradiation, and other means to keep it stable for transport and sale. Buying local allows food to be grown and mature the way nature intended. By supporting a local CSA you not only get quality food you, you support local farmers and your local economy. 

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