All The Good Stuff
6 Week FALL CSA Program
(Eagle County, Colorado)
October 4th - November 15th
Unfortunately, most consumers cannot confidently answer this question. Here at All The Good Stuff, we want to know where your food comes from and how it’s being grown. Eating fresh, in-season, locally-grown food is very important to us and supporting our local farmers is our top priority.
We understand that getting to the farmer’s market isn’t always possible, so we help save you time & money by bringing all of your favorite farm-fresh products right to your doorstep.
6 Week Fall CSA
Start Date: October 4th
End Date: November 15th
NO CSA -week of October 18th
6 weeks of fresh, seasonal fruits and veggies! This may include :
+A variety of winter squash
Option to add:
+Artisan bread loaf /week
+1 dozen farm fresh eggs /week
+Local, ethically-raised beef and pork (1lb/week)
+Specialty Item (something new and exciting each week from one of our local Colorado vendors. Examples include: honey, hot sauce, pickled goods, dip mix, pasta, granola, jerky, salsa, jam, etc etc.)
(October 4th-November 15th).
(Note: There will be no CSA the week of October 18th).
-Everything is picked at peak ripeness, 1-2 days before it arrives in your kitchen.
-Knowing your farmers, where your food comes from, and how it’s produced is the best way to invest in your health and community!
How It Works...
- Choose & customize your box.
- Choose your box size. Select size from the drop-down menu. (stand size 1-2 people or family size 3-5 people).
- Check out. Enter your information.
- Next, under shipping method select CSA Pick-Up or 6 week CSA Delivery.
- Enjoy All The Good Stuff fresh from the farmers market all summer long!
Dates: Sundays October 4th-November 15th
Pick-up day is every Sunday (10am-2pm)
If you are unable to pick-up in the designated pick-up window, please send a friend or e-mail email@example.com. Orders left over will be donated to local families in need.
About The Farm...
Since 1970, Glen & Tony Austin have dedicated their lives to nurturing the soil and growing quality produce. Today, nearly 5 decades later, 4 generations of the Austin family live and work on the small family farm, caring for the soil, and using their "beyond-organic" farming methods, they will continue for many decades to come.