Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) provides a direct connection between households and farmers. Locals become “members” of a farm by purchasing produce in advance of the growing season. As a CSA member you share in both the bounty and the risk of the farm.
Nutrient-dense produce, picked to your preferences
Late Spring ShareExample
Partnering with Harvie
We have partnered with Harvie to provide our CSA members with customizable shares optimized to your preferences. Harvie helps us with the back end of CSA Management to match what we have available with your preferences. They also handle payments, vacation hold scheduling and more which means we can focus on growing the best food for you.
Why Is Kilt Farm's CSA Special?
We believe that healthy soil grows healthy food which, in turn, helps us be healthy. We focus on nourishing out soil so you can have the highest quality produce in Boulder County. Nutrient dense produce tastes amazing and also lasts far longer in your kitchen.
Customized boxes will allow you to select vegetable preferences at sign-up and then customize each week based on our harvest. If you don’t like beets, you’ll never get them in your share. We are the only farm in Colorado offering this level of customization!
At Kilt Farm, we grow over 50 different types of vegetables and over 100 varieties. You’ll never get the same things in your box two weeks in a row. We harvest whatever is at it’s peak ripeness during the season for your share, ensuring that you eat seasonally and have the most flavorful and nourishing food possible.
Summer is a busy time for us all. Through Harvie, you can easily reschedule your delivery/pickup so you don’t miss out on your share if your are out of town.
CSA 2022 Dates
- Early June through Late October
- 20 Total Weeks
- Tuesday & Wednesday Pickups
- North Boulder
- Downtown Boulder
- East Boulder
- South Boulder
- Home Delivery Available ($10/wk)
Our community members receive:
- High quality, fresh local produce
- Continuous culinary inspiration
- Special farm events and workshops
- Joy in supporting local small scale organic agriculture
Your CSA payments fund:
- Spring infrastructure projects
- Early season wages
- Seeds & potting soil
- Soil amendments
- Compost tea