FACSAP -Fredericksburg Area CSA Project

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2016 CSA Membership!

FBP4We’re now accepting new members for the upcoming 2016 CSA season! 20 weeks of fresh, local, organic produce from late May to early October – what could be better?

You can find out all about our plans for this season, including our returning farmers and a Share Scholarship program, on our prospectus (CLICK HERE), as well as sign up using the membership application on the last page.

Need more information? We also have a new website! Find us over at fredericskburgcsa.com or on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. And, as always, you can send us an email with any questions you might have at info@fredericksburgcsa.com .

FACSAP prospectus 2016

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2016 Pre-season Committment

A collective “Thank You” to the hard-working growers, faithful members,  dedicated organizers and generous volunteers for another successful season, feeding and caring for each other!  

The Fredericksburg Area CSA Project (FACSAP) is offering current members the opportunity to reserve your share for the 2016 Harvest Season. This guarantees your spot in next year’s harvest. The 2016 Season, like this year, is expected to span 20 weeks (running late May through late September/early October) with distribution on Thursday evenings.

As participation in the CSA is on a first come-first served basis, this pre-season commitment along with a $100 deposit** guarantees you will receive a share next year. If you would like to reserve your Harvest Share, please return the form (available by clicking on the link below) and deposit by the end of October 2015.

2015 PRE-SEASON COMMITMENT-1


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Week 20 – 2015

What a wonderful bounty for our last harvest distribution.  Here’s what was in your final share for this season:

  • Butternut and Seminole Squash from Green Thumb Growers
  • Pie Pumpkins from Evergreen Acres
  • Sweet Potatoes from Hartland Natural Farm and Green Thumb Growers
  • Eggplant from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Garlic from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Okra, Spinach or Lima Beans from Mount Olive Organics
  • Apple Juice from Golden Acres
  • Apple Cider Vinegar from Golden Acres
  • Tomatoes from Guerra Farm
  • Peppers from Guerra Farm and Mount Olive Organics
  • Jalapeno Peppers from Guerra Farm
  • Acorn Squash from Guerra Farm
  • Green Beans from Green Thumb Growers
  • Cilantro from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Mixed Herbs from Mount Olive Organics
  • Chard from Guerra Farm
  • Green Onions from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Salad Mix from Colebrook Garden Apiary


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Week 19 – 2015

This week your share included:

  • Pie Pumpkins from Evergreen Acres
  • Butternut Square from Guerra Farm
  • Apple Juice from Golden Acres
  • Apple Cider Vinegar from Golden Acres
  • Yukon Gold Potatoes from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Peppers from Mount Olive Organics and Guerra Farm
  • Chard from Guerra Farm
  • Green Beans from Green Thumb Growers
  • Green Onions from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Tomatoes from Guerra Farm
  • Okra, Basil, Cherry Tomatoes or Spinach from Mount Olive Organics


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Week 18 – 2015

  • Honey from Golden Angels Apiary
  • Bonbon Squash from Guerra Farm
  • Sweet Potatoes from Green Thumb Growers
  • Red-Skinned Potatoes from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Tomatoes from Guerra Farm
  • Eggplant from Guerra Farm
  • Chard from Guerra Farm
  • Okra from Mount Olive Organics
  • Green Beans from Green Thumb Growers
  • Sweet Bell Pepper from Mount Olive Organics
  • Soap from Folk City


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Week 16 – 2015

  • Watermelon from Guerra Farm
  • Acorn Squash from Guerra Farm
  • Butternut Squash from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Yukon Gold Potatoes from Hartland Natural Farm
  • Green Beans from Green Thumb Growers
  • Red Peppers from Guerra Farm
  • Eggplant from Guerra Farm
  • Okra and Cherry Tomatoes from Mount Olive Organics
  • Tomatoes from Guerra Farm
  • Chard from Guerra Farm

Keep in mind that your winter squashes (including acorn and butternut squash) store very well.  I’ve kept them in a cooler room of my house for months without any problems and they taste so delicious in the cold of winter!