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Abrahamstablefarm@gmail.com

15995 Grindstone Lake Rd.

Sandstone MN, 55072

1-757-705-2593

 

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Full Vegetable CSA

$540.00Price

Half Shares: $270 (please select below)

 

Our CSA members recieve a box of fresh produce each week from early June till late October with fresh, organic, in-season produce from our farm. Each week members will get roughly 9 items in managable amounts. Weekly shares include cooking herbs. Vegetables CSA does not include our Pasture Raised Eggs. To recieve Eggs with your share please purchase the Egg Add-on.

 

Half Shares recieve the same full share, but every other week. This results in 10 deliveries over the course of the season. 

 

Our Drop Locations are listed below. We will work to create a custom drop location if there is enough interest in one area. Please contact us about creating a custom drop location for you.

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  • We are concerned with not only organic production techniques, but also nutrient density. Therefore, we go above and beyond what is required for organic certification to ensure that what we are producing is not only the cleanest produce available, but also the most nutrient dense. 

     

    We never use synthetic chemicals or fertilizers. Anything and everything we apply to our plants and soil is natural and harmless. We would not feel comfortable eating our own food if it was otherwise. 

     

    We spend considerable time and energy ensuring that our soil is healthy. We spread various rock powders and minerals to ensure the chemistry is balanced and the crops have what they need to build their bodies. This also ensures that the food we produce will have the essential minerals needed to build the bodies of eaters. 

     

    We apply biological elements to our soil including, worm castings, bio-dynamic sprays, and compost to ensure the soil is alive. Many of the living organisms in the soil are what make the mineral elements accessible to the plant roots. 

     

    And finally, we are careful to maintain the structure of our soils. Soil structure is important for proper air and water infiltration and retention. Plant roots and living organisms require oxygen and moisture to live and function. We do not plow, till, or drive heavy machinery like tractors on our soil in order to protect the natural porous structure of the soil. 

     

    This three pronged appraoch to soil health (chemistry, biology, and physical structure) is how we can ensure and maintain healthy and nutrient dense production without toxic chemical short-cuts.