News & Events
Registration for our Summer CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) season is now open. The season will go from May 27-December 2 (28 weeks) and include vegetables and fruit that span late spring, summer and fall.
What’s better than getting a box of organic and local veggies once a week throughout the summer and fall months? Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the best produce that Santa Cruz has to offer.
Sign up here!
We offer two share sizes: individual and family. An individual share comes out to $15/week and a family share comes out to $25/week. More detailed information can be found under the CSA tab above.
We will have 9 pick up sites through out Santa Cruz County and 1 on the Summit in Santa Clara County. Please visit the CSA tab for a complete listing of sites.
A family sized share is 10-12 seasonal items per week. An individual sized share is to 8-10 seasonal items per week.
June 29th, 2014
Rancho del Oso
We are happy to announce that our first farm dinner of the season is on the calendar! Jot down June 29th, 4 pm at Rancho del Oso (1/2 hour north of Santa Cruz) so as not to miss a unique event.
Please join us for a lovely afternoon and evening as we walk through Big Basin Redwoods State Park, hear tales of the history of Rancho del Oso and learn about the farming that is taking place there now. We will be announcing the winery soon.
Our guest chef will be Damani Thomas of Oswald’s in Santa Cruz. Damani always closes out our farm dinner season but this year we thought we would stir things up a bit and we asked him to kick off the season for us.
We are excited to see what amazing dishes he will create with the spring and early summer crops that will be growing in our Rancho del Oso fields. His menus never disappoint and we can never get enough of what he prepares!
The afternoon starts with a welcome reception and a chance to mingle with other guests while you soak up the sun, farm fields and environment. Once we are all gathered, we will walk the meandering road that leads through the park to reach another cultivated field and the dinner table.
All along the walk, Jeff Larkey (farmer and owner) will share his knowledge of the land and his time farming there. It’s a special place and his knowledge is a valuable addition to the walk. At the end of the walk, you will work your way up the hill along the field where much of the produce for the dinner will be harvested.
Dinner will be served family style at the edge of our orchard with a sweeping view across the valley. It’s a gorgeous spot and we are excited to be able to share it with you.