Ready to become a member?
Awesome! You can start getting beautiful, local, sustainably grown bouquets in two simple steps!
We only have room for 15 members per season, so don't wait. We still have spaces available for 2019, and we will update this page when we're sold out.
Beautiful Bouquet CSA - $299
U-Pick CSA - $149
5 “Punch Card” U-Pick - $89
Every other Saturday, 9am to 11:00am
June 1st through October 5th, 2019
Step 1 - CSA Membership Agreement
BY PURCHASING A MEMBERSHIP YOU ARE AGREEING TO THE TERMS BELOW
Becoming a Part of Our Farm
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relationship between our farm and you as our customer. Rather than simply purchasing flowers, our customers become “members” of this CSA farm who receive a portion of the farm’s harvest.
Our CSA typically runs from June through September. Members are responsible for showing up at the farm to pick up your share of freshly harvested flowers. You will generally receive one large bouquet of cut flowers, or for U-Pick memberships, access to harvest as many flower as you can fit in our provided bouquet size container. Detailed information regarding pick-up is discussed below in Section 3. Variety and quantity may vary as described below in Section 2.
Our Growing Practices
The farm is not currently certified, however we follow organic practices. Our flowers are grown without using conventional pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients. For more information, please ask. We’d be happy to tell you more.
Our Shared Commitments
We promise to do our best to provide you with a bountiful share each week. The quantity of flowers, however, may vary from week-to-week due to extreme weather, insects, or other production factors despite our best efforts. By joining our CSA, you are agreeing to share the risk of crop failure with us and other members. In the unlikely event of a crop failure, we may not be able to deliver any product in some weeks.
Picking Up Shares
You are responsible for picking up your share each week from the farm. If you cannot pick-up your share, you must arrange for someone else to pick it up for you. You are responsible for explaining the pick-up location and procedures to your substitute. Shares that are not retrieved within the pick-up time will be sold or donated.
By selling membership in advance of the growing season, CSA reduces the burden of up-front costs for the farmer. Your membership fees provide us with money to purchase seed and equipment before the season starts, and we appreciate your commitment.
Communicating with Us
The best way to communicate with us is via email. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to respond as soon as possible, but please understand that we spend most of our time in the field growing your flowers and not at our desk. Please contact us with any news of the following: changes to your postal or email address, or dissatisfaction with your share.
We will communicate with you by email. When you sign up, you will be added to our distribution list. Please read your email from us. We depend on being able to communicate important information such as necessary changes to your distribution schedule or to our farm events.
Please join our newsletter to receive farm updates.
Step 2 - Payment
There's three easy ways to pay, our preferred method is to use our online store through Square.
Pay by Check
Mail us a check, along with your signed agreement to:
4907 NE Ainsworth St.
Portland, OR 97218
Pay in Person at the Farm
If you want to stop by during our open hours with your agreement, we can accept a check or credit card in person.
Step 3 - Pick up Your Bouquet!
Come by the farm between 9-11am on Saturdays to pickup your bouquet, or cut your own flowers. You will come the first Saturday after you sign up, and then every other Saturday after that.