New Member Open House

Come join us on Saturday October 1, 2016 for our first annual New Member Open House. You’ll be able to meet current members, sample some of our produce, take a tour of the farm, and learn about our 2017 CSA Membership Program.  There will be tours on the hour, from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.

Because parking is limited, we ask that you sign up for a specific tour time. If you want to go ahead and apply for membership, you can do that on your tour reservation form (you can always change your mind after the tour/visit, if you feel that Windsong Farm is not for you).

Please be sure to wear suitable footwear; we strive to make the place as safe as possible, but it is a working farm and there may be hazards, and there definitely are insects in abundance.

Note that I’ve included a check box on the form below to make sure you’ve read our CSA Details page. When you check the box it will take you to that page. If you’ve already read it, just hit your browser’s back button to return to the form. If you haven’t, we very much appreciate you taking the time now to read it. I want the way the farm operates to be very clear to all applicants, and most of the pertinent information is included on the CSA Details page. Thanks in advance for your understanding!


Why Choose Windsong Farm?

The quality of our produce is unmatched because our soils have been maintained organically for over forty years. You choose what you want and how much you want of it each week. Our on-farm pickup system is convenient and flexible.

How is our produce different from organic vegetables you purchase at Whole Foods or other grocery stores? It is vastly more nutritious because of our focus on soil health; if the soil biology isn’t functioning, then the plants can’t be healthy. If the minerals needed for maximum nutrition aren’t in the soil, then they aren’t in the plants, and are missing from the produce we eat. We believe that healthy soil translates directly into healthier people, and our goal is to grow the tastiest and most nutritious produce and provide it at its freshest directly to you.

Did you know that produce starts losing nutritional value the instant it is harvested? Vegetables that you purchase in a store have been out of the field for at least five days (and probably a whole lot longer). Our crops are harvested and distributed at the peak of ripeness; your share is harvested the day (or sometimes the day before) you receive it. You can’t get any fresher or more nutritious than that!