20 week Spring/Summer CSA: March 21st-August 8th
How does it work?
1. Choose your CSA option
-If you want to receive a $25 bag of vegetables every week, choose ‘weekly vegetable share’
-If you want to receive a $25 bag of vegetables every other week, choose either an A or B week.
-If you want to add on 1 dozen eggs to your share ($6/week), choose the appropriate egg option
2. Choose your pick up location
-Each pick up site has an assigned day and time, so select a site that best fits your lifestyle! Check out the map and list of sites below!
-Leave all other days set to ‘NA’ when you are ordering below.
3. Complete the purchase using a Paypal account, debit/credit card, or mail us a check
-make checks payable to Green Gate Farms and mail to 8310 Canoga Avenue, Austin, 78724
4. Enjoy organic local food and explore more ways to get involved with Green Gate! more information
5. Signing up for the CSA mid-season
-In order to receive your CSA the following week, you’ll need to sign up by the Thursday prior to your first pick-up.
-If you sign up for your CSA share by Thursday, you will be set to pick-up your CSA the following week.
**To sign up for Week 3A, sign up using the form below by April 6th at 5pm**
If you are able to pay for your CSA in a one-time payment, that gives our farmers a better idea of what needs to be planted. However, if you need payment plan options, please email Carolyn.
Our certified organic vegetables are amazing! That’s because we choose varieties to make your mouth sing.
- We grow more than 75 varieties of certified organic vegetables and herbs.
- Many of these plants are varieties you won’t find in the store.
- You can add on Eggs and Flowers (seasonally) to your Vegetable CSA subscription.
Spring Season features: potatoes, green garlic, carrots, kale, kohlrabi, peas, salad greens, beets, parsley and leeks.
Summer Season features: cucumbers, summer squash, beans, and the first of the tomatoes, peppers, cilantro, okra and eggplant.
Fall Season features: many of these summer favorites (including tomatoes), and the beginning of greens like kale, mustards, chard, and lettuces as well as kohlrabi, carrots, and beans.
Winter Season features: spinach, arugula, broccoli, cabbage, green garlic, radishes, snow peas, green onions, butternut squash, pumpkins, and turnips.