As a member of the High Country CSA, you will receive a weekly share of seasonal veggies, fruits and other locally sourced goods of your choice: pastured meat and eggs, raw honey, homemade granola, farm fresh goat cheese and flowers.

We offer shares in two sizes with boxes delivered weekly to multiple locations throughout Watauga, Ashe and Avery Counties.

By purchasing a share of the High County CSA, you become a member for the season, directly supporting local farmers, preserving farmland and helping guarantee access to quality produce for all. 

 

SHARE OPTIONS

FULL SEASON
(May 31st – October 25th, 22 weeks total) 
-  Regular Share (2+ people): $560
- Small Share (1-2 people): $400
- Staples Share (2+ people): $410 *

SUMMER SEASON
(June 14th – August 9th, 9 weeks total)
- Regular Share (2+ people): $250

FALL SEASON
(August 16th – October 25th, 11 weeks total)
- Regular Share (2+ people): $290

 

*The Staples share is only 20 weeks long (June 14th-October 25th)

Through our Cost Share program, we are able to provide low-resource community members with subsidized shares. Click here to learn more.  


WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF JOINING THE HIGH COUNTRY CSA?

You will know exactly where (and who!) your food is coming from

You will be reducing CO2 emissions, since there is less energy required to transport and refrigerate locally-grown produce

You will have the opportunity to try lots of of new and exciting foods (including rare and heirloom varieties)

You will be receiving the freshest food possible – always harvested when ripe and then delivered straight from the farm on pick-up day

You will receive a weekly newsletter with information about the food in your CSA box along  with lots of delicious, healthy recipes

You will have the opportunity to visit the farms in our CSA so you can see exactly where (and how) your food is grown

You will be supporting your local economy

You will be nourishing yourself and your family members with the healthiest food imaginable

You will be supporting a food system which mutually benefits the farmers, the ecosystem and the community.


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