Dear CSA Members,
Access to the farm is temporarily closed as a safety measure during the Corona Virus outbreak.
We will continue to provide food by order/pickup only. Members can place an order at our online store (click online ordering link above) and you will be contacted when your order is available for pickup. We are accepting online payments via credit card, Venmo and ApplePay or by check or cash if you have the exact amount.
Thank you for your understanding. We hope to have you back at the farm soon.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership of mutual commitment between a local farm and local consumers. CSA represents a viable alternative to the long-distance relationship most of us have with the food we eat. The CSA program at DRAPER FARMS provides a community of supporters with totally organic and mostly heirloom seasonal fresh produce.
Our farm is a member only CSA and anyone interested in good quality locally grown produce can be a member. We are not open to the public. Currently, due to Covid-19, the farm is not open to our membership.
In the meantime, we invite you to become an "Online/Pickup" CSA member by shopping at our online store. This will allow you to share in our harvest as it happens until we can re-open the farm.
To become an "Online/Pickup" CSA member just start shopping at our online store. Select the "online ordering" tab at the top of our website This will take you to our store (hosted by our facilitator Mayach Trading Co.) where you can place orders for veggies, herbs, eggs, etc. You will be able to pick up your order in front of the barn at the farm when it is ready. Please observe good social distancing practices and wear a mask. (Keep in mind that first time users must register. Your registration is not complete until you respond to an authentication email - check your junk folder). If you have any issues getting registered please let us know.
There is no fee to become a member of our CSA program. Once the farm reopens for U-Pick, we will schedule orientations for new members. You must attend an in-person orientation in order to learn about the farm and how the system works. Orientations are normally offered June through September on the first Saturday of the month. After your orientaton, you may come anytime to harvest what you need or just to say hello to the chickens. You pay for what you pick. Children are always welcome.
We will let you know by email when the farm reopens.
Regards and Welcome,
The Draper Family - Jerry, Mea and Jerome