Winter Share Official

With some feedback from the members, we have the official details on the Winter Shares now. We should have Farmigo set up to accept your applications in about a week. Deliveries will start the week after the summer shares end.

What’s different about a winter CSA? Most farms don’t offer one! You’ll be able to enjoy fresh, seasonal produce grown by a local farmer through most of the winter. Weekly selections will come from the following:

· Pasture raised beef and lamb
· Fall storage crops such as potatoes, onions, beets, a wide variety of winter squash, turnips, cabbage, garlic, shallots, apples, pears, Asian pears, frozen berries and peaches, and fruit and berry preserves

· Fresh vegetables that don’t mind cool weather, such as kale, broccoli, chard, mustard, kohlrabi, mixed salad greens, spinach, brussel sprouts, microgreens, and probably even tomatoes, summer squash, and eggplants (at least through the end of the fall)

The details on the shares:

· Twenty weeks, starting October 11th
· A single size of share, roughly 1/3-1/2 bushel of produce per week
· A vegetarian box at $35/week, or add a couple of pounds of beef and lamb (ground and roast) for an additional $15/week
· Drops on Tuesday in Ogden (Harvest Moon), Salt Lake (Granato’s), Holladay (Granato’s), AND Wednesday in Park City (Recycle Center)
· Check our blog for more news, and we’ll provide links to the sign up: http://zoesgarden.blogspot.com/
· Email us at produce@zoegarden.com

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