CSA Information

Sam and Keith with the rhubarb at the end of March. They are the fifth generation to raise the rhubarb which was originally planted by their Norwegian relatives when settling their farm near Tracy, Minnesota.

As a member, you will purchase a share of the harvest. Either a full share (quantities for a family of four) or a half-share (quantities for a family of two).

In return, a full shareholder will receive a weekly quantity of 5/9 of a bushel box (14.5″ x 11.6″ x 8.1″) of quality produce grown on our farm near Northfield, Minnesota.  A 1/2 shareholder will receive a weekly quantity in a 1/2 bushel box (14.5″ x 10.8″ x 7″), or 1/2 shareholders can choose to receive a 5/9 bushel box every other week during the growing season.

2017 Harner CSA contract

Early Season

A variety of salad greens including but not limited to Black Seeded Simpson, spinach, radishes, peas, asparagus, rhubarb, herbs and fresh-cut flowers.

Mid-Season

Green beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, salad greens, cucumbers, different types of onions, variety of peppers, peas, sweet corn, summer squashes, different types of potatoes, tomatoes, herbs, rhubarb and fresh-cut flowers.

Late Season

Herbs, fall squashes, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, turnips, ornamental corn, popcorn, zucchini, gourds and fall decorations.

Each Week

Recipes and blog posts will keep you up to date on what is “growing” on at the CSA and provide your family with recipes that our kids will eat.

Delivery

Delivery and/or pick-up between 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday evenings begins the end of May and every week for 16-18 weeks. Whatever the weather allows.

Additional Produce

Will be available to shareholders at a discounted rate and to non-shareholders for competitive canning quantity prices. Boxes of a variety of produce may also be available on a weekly basis. Inquire by emailing harnerbrotherscsa@gmail.com or calling 612-328-2211.

CSA memberships are non-refundable. If you are unable to complete the season or unavailable on a given week, your share(s) can be transferred to a person of your choice or donated.

Harner Bros CSA will do everything possible to provide you with a bountiful supply of fresh produce throughout the growing season. The unpredictable nature of farming does not allow us to guarantee minimum quantities of specific vegetables, flowers or herbs. Be becoming a member of Harner Bros CSA you agree to share the risks and the rewards of our growing season.

Helping the Community

Extra produce will be donated throughout the summer to local food shelf.

Shareholder Understanding

By signing up for the Harner Bros CSA, I agree to share the risks of agriculture with the farmers and understand that although Harner Bros CSA will aim to supply me with an ample quantity of great produce, there is no guarantee that any specific crop, or any specific quantity, will be distributed to me in the CSA share. No refunds will be provided. I understand and agree that my participation in the CSA operated by Harner Bros CSA does not in any manner whatsoever grant me an ownership or other legal interest in Harner Bros CSA its property, equipment, etc. I further agree and stipulate as a condition of participation to hold Harner Bros CSA harmless from any damages resulting from my participation in the CSA.

 

 

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