What You'll Get

As a Partner of Serenity Farm, you’ll receive a basket brimming with fresh, organically grown, non-GMO produce every week from mid-June through October. Quantities vary mirroring the growing season and the typical number of items per basket is six to eight, though during peak season in August and September this increases to around fifteen. We carefully select each vegetable and herb for taste, appearance, and abundance — we’re proud of what we grow and want you to be, too. Among our crops, you’ll find:

Swiss Chard

Onions/Leeks/Garlic  

Strawberries

Collard Greens

Tomatoes

Carrots

Peppers

Radish

Beans

Squash

Cucumbers

Cabbage

Kale

Mixed Greens

Broccoli

Peas

Flowers

Potatoes

Asparagus

Spinach

Beets

Raspberries

Eggplant

Herb Varieties

Pricing

This year, we are pleased to offer two partnership options: a weekly basket for $625 or a biweekly basket for $350. Both plans span the full length of the growing season from mid-June through October. For either plan, payment is due in full by March 1 or in two equal installments by March 1 and May 1. If paid in full by March 1, you'll receive a free pre-season basket of farm goodness.

PICKUP AND DELIVERY

Most Partners pick up their baskets from Serenity Farm on Thursday mornings and afternoons. However, we know life gets busy and we’re not on everyone’s daily path, so we offer a limited number of farm-to-door delivery options for an additional fee.

Conditions

When it's dry, we haul hoses. To ensure our produce is organic, we pick off bugs by hand. We try to plant enough for the critters, our family, and our Partners. Still, farming is an unpredictable craft and unforeseen conditions may affect our crop. Partners enjoy the rewards and share the risks of farm life. We value your investment in our farm and commit to being communicative throughout the season should any issues arise.

We are glad to source vegetables from Serenity Farm. The weekly box was always on time, always a good variety, and always full. There was a good blend of seasonal greens, as well as shorter season produce like asparagus and berries. Probably the best part of the Serenity Farm basket, though, was the farmers!

Ready to join? Questions?

We love what we do, and we’re eager to share our bounty with the friends and community we find so inspiring. To sign up or ask a question, please get in touch; we look forward to speaking with you soon!