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The Bee Grateful Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Membership is an easy and delicious way to have a wide variety of salads and vegetables at the ready so you can prepare delicious & wholesome meals.
Purchasing a 12 week subscription is the best way to support your local farm, and provides you with weekly shares of farm fresh goodies focusing on season and variety; 100% naturally grown in Steamboat Springs, CO. It doesn't get any fresher than that!!
Video: Jason & Hethir from Bee Grateful Farm
We are offering two sizes of shares this season. A Full Farm Share and a Half Farm Share. Here are the details...
Full Farm Share:
- 10 varieties of vegetables every week for 12 weeks.
- Share will include a variety of of baby greens, mixed lettuces, bunched salad veggies, cooking veggies, microgreens, herbs, and more. Varieties rotate weekly.
- Enough varieties and amount of veggies for an abundance of salads and meal planning for a serious veggie eater or a super healthy family!
- Also great for juicing or adding greens to your favorite smoothie recipes.
Price per 12 week full farm subscription is $499. That's $41.58 per week ($5.94/day) for an entire week of salads, fresh veggies, juicing, smoothies, and the healthiest family in town!
Half Farm Share:
- 6 varieties of vegetables every week for 12 weeks.
- Share will include a variety of of baby greens, mixed lettuces, bunched salad veggies, cooking veggies, microgreens, and more. Varieties rotate weekly.
- Perfect for the daily "meal sized" salad eater, or a small family wanting a locally grown side salad and vegetables several days per week with dinner.
Price per 12 week subscription is $299. That's $24.91 per week ($3.56/day) for an entire week of salads and side veggies.
* All subscriptions will contain vegetables in their raw state. They will need to rinse or washed before consuming them.
What kinds of foods to expect?
We grow a wide variety of vegetables that do well at our climate and with our short season. Here are some of the items we grow:
Salad Greens Mixes: Zesty Salad Mix, Sweet Crisp Mix, Farmers Lunch Mix, Gourmet Salad Mix, Beauty Blend, Protein Mix, Fancy Mix.
Leafy Baby Greens or Lettuce: Arugula, Baby Lettuce Heads, Baby Kale Mix, Baby Spinach, Butter Chard, Greens Sauté Mix, Mustard Greens.
Seasonal vegetables: Bok Choy, Sweet Turnips, Kale, Swiss Chard, Collards, Radishes, Beets, Tomatoes, Carrots, Green Onions, Snap Peas, Cucumbers and more...
Microgreens: Sunflower Shoots, Pea Shoots, Microgreens mix, Radish & Broccoli microgreens, and more...
2020 SUBSCRIPTION DATES:
The subscription runs for 12 weeks on Wednesdays. Here are the dates for pickup...
July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Aug 5, 12, 19, 26
Sept 2, 9, 16
PICK UP DETAILS:
Your CSA pickup will be on Wednesdays from 4-6pm in Avon.
There will be no CSA pickups permitted at the Vail Farmer's Market. We are simplifying things this year and will have only one pickup on Wednesdays. If you can't make it please send a friend. Any food leftover at the end of the Wednesdays pickup will be donated to local "families in need". Thank you for your understanding!
What to expect at pickup...
Pick up will be "market style" where CSA members will be packing their own shares. Please bring your own tote bags, boxes or coolers. We will provide produce bags.
What do I need to bring for CSA pickup?
Many of our members bring a market tote bag, a box or a cooler to pack their veggies. We will provide biodegradable produce bags, but feel free to bring your own as well.
What happens if I miss my pick-up? Can I pick up my box at the farm or the farmer's market? If you are not going to be able to make it to pick up your share, it is best to have a friend or relative pick it up for you. Unclaimed shares will be donated to a family in need.
Unfortunately, we do not give replacement shares if you come late or miss a pickup. Your share was harvested already and then donated if not picked up. There will be no CSA pickups permitted after Wednesdays.
Can I request substitutions in my box?
We are not able to do substitutions in our CSA shares.
What Steamboat Locals are Saying...
Bee Grateful Farms pours love into their produce, they genuinely care about the quality of their product! Their arugula is out of this world, spicy yet delicate. You've never had a snap pea with as much snap, and their tomatoes are delectable. I cannot wait for harvest time this year!
Love all the Fresh organic produce from Bee Grateful Farms!! Jason and Hethir Really care and know what they are doing !! Looking forward to this years CSA and seeing them at the farmers market!!
YUM - BeeGrateful Farm knows how to grow vegetables! Their arugula is mouthwatering and their tomatoes are juicy. Your salads' won't disappoint!
I am writing a review of your delicious always fresh and tender organic greens that I can’t wait to purchase as soon as the summer harvest starts. It’s great to finally have a local farm with a local hard working family that cares about nutrition and healthful eating. Your produce is always exceptionally flavorful.
These are hands down the freshest veggies in the valley!! I stock up every week at the farmers market and they stay delicious and crunchy through the week!
I find Bee Grateful's vegetables and greens to be consistent, flavorful, and rich in texture. I always search out their food, including restaurants that buy their products. I encourage everyone to enjoy their good food!
Bee Grateful Farms has been nothing short of amazing. The D'avignon radishes are a staple in my kitchen during the summer. They bring such a beautiful crunch and unique flavor to any dish. The baby arugula is another favorite of mine. Hearty enough to withstand a busy restaurant, it also delivers notes of pepper that I have never tasted in Arugula. I look forward to the new and exciting products to come as the farm continues to grow.