Prorated subscriptions are still available for Summer shares. Payment plans are available to help make it easy to pay for your subscription.
Winter Vegetable Shares
Sign ups for our Winter 2015-16 season begin October 1.
Thanksgiving week deliveries to both areas is on Wednesday, November 25. NO DELIVER the weeks of Christmas or New Year’s.
Western Nevada County
26 weeks: November 9 through May 18, 2016
One size only in winter: $24.75 per week x 26 weeks = $643.50
26 weeks: November 10 through May 19, 2016
One size only in winter: $27.75 per week x 26 weeks = $721.50
The organic veggies for our winter share come from our friends at Riverdog Farm, located in the more temperate Capay Valley outside of Davis. Partnering with them allows us to provide you with a year-round supply of fresh and diverse produce. Their veggie boxes are beautiful and bountiful.
What You Might See in Your Winter Veggie Box
- Greens: arugula, bok choi, cabbage, chard, collard greens, fresh herbs, kale, lettuce, mustard greens, salad mix, spinach, stir fry mix, cilantro, parsley, rapini, Little Gem lettuce
- Roots: beets, carrots, fresh onions, green garlic, leeks, parsnips, potatoes, radishes, red daikon, rutabaga, turnips
- Other veggies: asparagus, shelling peas, snow peas, sugar snap peas, winter squash, fennel
- Miscellaneous: occasional dried tomatoes, dried fruit, walnuts, & almonds.
Click here to read last season’s weekly newsletters for an example of the veggies included in the boxes.
Summer Vegetable Shares 2015
You can signup anytime… if you’ve missed the start of the season, we’ll just prorate your subscription for the weeks you’ve missed. Now is a great time to try out if a CSA is right for you, with only the last few weeks of summer!
- Western Nevada County
- May 25 – November 2, 2015
Regular box: $27.75 per week ($666 total)
Smaller box: $21.75 per week ($522 total)Truckee/Tahoe & Reno
24 Weeks: May 28 – November 5, 2015
Regular box: $30.75 per week ($738 total)
Smaller box: $24.75 per week ($594 total)
In response to popular demand, we are introducing a limited number of smaller boxes this summer. This is a huge logistical challenge for all of us here at Mountain Bounty Farm, and it will increase our production costs, so we’re giving it a try for one season to see how it goes. We’re really excited to try this new approach and we hope it will make our veggies more accessible to everyone.
Which size should you order?
Our regular boxes have always contained a generous amount of just-picked organic vegetables from our farm, averaging about 12 items (sometimes less, sometimes more). This regular box usually provides enough produce to fill a large grocery bag, plus extra bounty when we have a bumper crop. We have found it to be a good size for an average family of four, but that will fluctuate based on your family’s eating habits and how much you cook at home versus eat out during the week.
The smaller boxes are 2/3 the size of the regular boxes, and contain an average of 8 items (also sometimes less, sometimes more). This size provides staple produce and therefore less variety, and does not include the extra bounty of bumper crops.
What You Might See in Your Summer Veggie Box:
We put tremendous care and skill into growing superb produce for you. The amount and variety of produce increases over the course of the season. Each week we harvest the crops that are perfectly ready to eat, and we send an email newsletter before you pickup with the box contents, farm news and recipes. This season we are growing over 250 varieties of organic vegetables and herbs plus some absolutely luscious melons:
- Greens: Arugula, Bok Choi, Cabbage, Collards, Kale, Lettuces, Radicchio, Escarole, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Tatsoi and other Asian greens
- Herbs & Aliums: Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Garlic, Leeks, Onions, Parsley, Scallions
- Roots: Beets, Carrots, Potatoes, Radishes, Sweet Potatoes, Turnips
- Summer’s Glory: Cherry, Heirloom, and lots of red slicing Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Edamame, Eggplant, Cantaloupes and many other types of muskmelons, Green Beans, Sweet Red Peppers, Hot peppers, Summer Squash, Watermelons, Zucchini
- Spring and Fall treats: Broccoli, Cauliflower, Celery, Fennel, Peas, Pie Pumpkins, Winter Squash
We grow lots of “staple” veggies because our member surveys show that it’s important to have a steady supply of these: lettuce, carrots, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, sweet corn, broccoli, squashes, and greens like kale and chard.