Buttermilk Falls CSA is a 100+ member CSA farm nestled among the forests and prairie lands of the beautiful St Croix River Valley 40 miles from the Twin Cities. Members enjoy festivals and gatherings, hikes along the river and exploring the hidden spring and historic limestone kilns. Our gardens have been producing CSA shares for more than 25 years without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides.
Community Supported Agriculture
CSA farmers and members share the season’s harvest and the economic responsibility for good land stewardship. This partnership creates direct connections between the people who eat the food, the land and the people who grow the food. Together we are creating an environmentally sound, genetically diverse local food system.
A CSA share from Buttermilk Falls CSA is a tasteful assortment of seasonal vegetables, herbs and flowers from our own market gardens. Each week’s share box will contain seven to ten kinds of produce listed below. Shares usually begin in June and will continue for eighteen weeks consecutively. We use organic and biodynamic farming principles and we prefer to use open pollinated (non hybrid) seeds. Absolutely no plastic mulch, chemical fertilizers, chemical weed killers or chemical pesticides.
Working hard to create a superior CSA
~ Substitution list: Let us know which vegetables your family prefers NOT to receive and we will substitute with other 'farmer's choice' selections.
~ Two vacation weeks: Let us know when you'll be away and we will hold your box for up to two weeks (consecutive or not) and add weeks on to the end of the season.
~Home delivery option-For $100 you can have your share delivered directly to your doorstep each week. That's just over $5/delivery.
Varieties and amounts fluctuate depending on weather and soil conditions and pests. Vegetables that are produced in any given month will continue to show up in your box as long as they're in season.
June: Fava beans, lettuce, spinach, beets, Chard, peas, snow peas, snap peas, scallions, radishes, strawberries, salad turnips, watercress
July: Lettuce, beets, onions, carrots, garlic scapes, broccoli, kohlrabi, basil, cilantro, dill, potatoes, zucchini, summer squash, cukes
August: garlic, cauliflower, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, watermelon, cantaloupe, green beans
Sept: leeks, turnips, parsnip, daikon, corn, acorn, butternut and red kuri squash
Oct: pumpkins, ornamental corn