The Whitton Farms Membership is a gift card loaded with the specific dollar amount you wish to spend with our farm.
Membership runs from 4/2/18 - 12/21/18.
Once you've purchased your Membership, you'll receive a
confirmation of purchase via email, and a gift card will be mailed
directly to the address you provide.
This option is for customers who wish to customize their CSA each week with produce, herbs, and flowers. The Whitton Farms Membership means you'll receive a weekly email showcasing all products harvested at the farm. You'll have the ability pick and choose what you want in your sack for the week. For instance, if you need 50 ears of corn to put up for the winter months, you'll receive it. If you decide you need a $30.00 floral arrangement, we'll have it ready for you at pick up. If you prefer to shop at market and choose what you like, we'll honor that request as well. We know many folks travel throughout the summer, entertain, and like to give the gift of local food and flowers to their friends and family.
We offer a variety of membership perks in options like :
The Kit & Kaboodle Package and The Bees Knees Package!
CSA! CSA! CSA!
WE'RE OFFERING MULTIPLE WAYS IN WHICH YOU CAN GAIN ACCESS TO THE FRESHEST PRODUCE, HERBS, & FLOWERS WE HAVE COMING OFF THE FARM!
WHAT IS A CSA & WHY JOIN? CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a partnership between you and our farm. This is a mutually beneficial arrangement, where in exchange for your commitment to buy a share or membership from our farm, we commit to grow exceptional, nutrient - dense vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers just for you! When you become a member of our CSA program you'll receive a weekly sack of CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN produce, grown and harvested at Whitton Farms. Your financial commitment to our farm, prior to the start of our growing season, helps us pay for seeds, labor, and the numerous supplies it takes to get the farm going. Becoming a CSA member fosters a honorable relationship between the food you eat, good stewardship of the land, and the farmers who nurture the food grown throughout the spring, summer, and fall.