TRF's Organic Produce Co-op

How it works

Co-op members have first chance to reserve their Summer Season share. 2018 Summer Season runs May 30 - October 12. Summer Season shares have sold out every year since our beginning in 2004.

  • Each week members receive a box of both vegetables and fruit
  • All produce is certified organic
  • Members pay wholesale prices plus a small mark up to cover labor for packing, and managing the system itself. All proceeds go right into funding the Summer Season CSA farm operation
  • Members save over retail organic prices, while supporting their local organic farm
  • Members pick up their boxes at the farm each week.
  • Members can buy extra of certain items or exchange items they don't want in their box for something different. Details are posted at the farm.
  • As available add seasonal u-pick greens and herbs for free!

Two box sizes to choose from

A regular box will feed an average family of 2 to 4 people. Many larger families will also find it to be plenty for them. A small box will feed an average family of 1 to 2 people. Each family varies in the amount of produce they consume.


What can I expect to receive in a co-op season box?

Our co-op boxes provide a wide variety of produce. Here are some of the things we had in previous years. Lettuce, celery, onions, cauliflower, broccoli, radishes, leeks, different types of potatoes, peppers, carrots, peas, beans, several types of winter squash, yams, beets, cilantro, cucumbers, spinach, gr. onions, cabbage, different kinds of tomatoes, salad mixes, Asian pears, pears, apples, bananas, oranges, kiwi, grapefruit, avocados, tangerines, lemons, satsumas, artichokes, asparagus, zucchini, sunburst squash, eggplant, persimmons, bok choy, chard, kale, mango, strawberries, melons, grapes, etc.

Each week boxes will contain between 5 and 7 varieties of vegetables and 3 to 5 varieties of fruits.

This is a great way for people to afford to eat organic. Members eat higher quality produce and pay much less than at the grocery store, all while supporting their local farm.

Pick up day and time

The 2018-2019 season is October 17 through May 29. Pick up time is every Wednesday 2-6pm or Thursday 9am-6pm. Members who need to come later can contact us for special pick up instructions. Members can opt out for a week and receive a credit if they give at least three days notice.

2018 - 2019 Co-op sign up

A regular size box costs $42.60 per week and a small size box costs $34.50 per week. You will have 33 weeks of fresh organic produce!

We offer three convenient payment options (scroll to see all).

Pay in full online (most popular)

Co-op Share/Pay in Full
(Small Share)

Complete checkout through secure storefront

Co-op Share/Pay in Full
(Regular Share)

Complete checkout through secure storefront

Make two payments online

Co-op Share/Two Payments
(Small Share)

Complete checkout through secure storefront

Co-op Share/Two Payments
(Regular Share)

Complete checkout through secure storefront

Make five payments (cash or check only)

Co-op Share/Five Payments
Starting at $227.70

Payment Schedule

Payment Due Small Share Regular Share
October 15 $227.70 $281.16
December 1 $227.70 $281.16
January 1 $227.70 $281.16
February 1 $227.70 $281.16
March 1 $227.70 $281.16

Online payments not available.

Make payments (cash or check only)

  • Make two payments, each due by October 15 and February 1.
  • Make five payments, each due by October 15, December 1, January 1, February 1 & March 1.

Please cash or check only using this form.

Join after Oct. 15, 2018 and your cost is prorated

Please contact us and let us know when you would like to begin and box size. We will email you the prorated cost and then you may click the buy now button below and fill in the prorated cost.

Pick up your produce at the farm. Directions to TRF.

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