Boxes are delivered on Thursday. Times are approximate.
On farm pick-up 6am-9pm
Butter Bakery 3700 Nicollet Ave S 11:15 - 9
Edina Sunnyside Gardens 11:30-7
Falcon Heights 3:45pm - 6pm
Maplewood Near Maplewood Community Center 9:30am - 7pm
Mississippi Market co-op, St.Paul1500 West 7th St. 10am - 9pm
NorthEast Near New Brighton Blvd and Lowrey 1:45pm - 8:30pm
Robbinsdale near Hwy 100 and 42nd 1:20pm-8:30pm
Roseville near Snelling and Roselawn 4pm - 8:30pm
Seward Co-op 2823 E Franklin Ave 10:45am - 9pm
South Minneapolis near 39th and Hiawatha 11am - 8:30pm
Stillwater, River Market 221 Main St N 9am - 8:30pm
Member pick up and protocol:
We ask that you please bring your own bags to transfer the produce from your box to your home.
Don't forget to break down your box. Collapse flat and stack them nicely. Try not to rip the box, they fold apart and we reuse them. Your box will be labeled with your name and phone incase you forget to pick up or the box was delivered to the wrong site. Only take a box if it has your share name on it.
Your box will be at the specified pick-up location on the designated delivery date and time. If there are problems or delays with delivery, we will contact you via email to let you know. The box is guaranteed during the pick-up hours. If you do not pick up during the designated hours, your box is left to the host’s discretion. Each host site runs differently so please be aware of their hours and respect the site as you would your own.
We send out an email reminder each week letting you know that your box has been delivered. The email will have a link to our blog which has great recipes, news from the farm, and photos. We hope that you check it out each week and enjoy it!
You are responsible for making arrangements for your box if you are unable to pick up. Please ask a neighbor, friend or family member to pick-up your box for you and remind them to take the box with your name on the label. Refunds wont be given if boxes aren’t picked up during the drop site hours.
As a member you are expected to read the correspondence with our farm and give feed back. There is often important information or questions and we hope you will be a participating member of our farm. CSA requires a little give and take. Most of our communication will be through e-mail and our blog, so being comfortable with some technology is a must for our members.