Choose Your CSA Season
Returning members automatically get a $25 discount through the early registration deadline of March 1st 2019.
Join us as a member of our CSA (community supported agriculture) family for $28/week. Each box contains 6-10 items of our seasonal vegetable & fruit crops along with a monthly bag of our heirloom dry beans (7 bags total).
This season starts in May with the first deliveries being on Sat. May 25th, Sun. May 26th, Wed. May 29th, & Thurs. May 30th depending on your pick-up location and runs until the week of Thanksgiving (27 weeks for a total of $756 plus a $40 refundable deposit for the reusable boxes we pack your weekly share in). Thanksgiving Thursday delivery will occur on Tuesday Nov. 26th prior to the holiday. Fifth Crow Farm eggs & flowers are optional add-ons.
We also have partnerships with fellow ranchers, herbalists, and an apiarist to deliver other local, sustainable, and humanely raised products to your CSA pick up location. Robert MacKimmie of City Bees provides unique honey gathered from around the city of SF and Fifth Crows own orchard and the Markegard Family raises grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb. Lauren and Finn of Steadfast Herbs grow and tend to the herbs with which they make their own tinctures, salves, teas, etc. for self remedy and holistic home health care.
You can sign up anytime during the season and get prorated for the weeks you've missed.
Enjoyed your May-Nov. CSA and don't want to miss out this winter? Join our winter CSA for $26/week! Each box is a mix of 6-8 seasonal vegetables along with a monthly bag of our heirloom dry beans (4 bags total).
The winter season is 14 weeks running from mid-January through mid-April. Delivery is on Thursdays starting January 17th. Fifth Crow flowers are an optional add-on of $15/week with delivery starting on Feb. 7 for 11 weeks total.
You can also add on City Bees honey jars, Steadfast Herbs monthly remedies, and Markegard Family Grassfed CSA meat products to your winter share. To sign up for the meat share please do so by clicking this link: Markegard Family CSA