C.S.A Share Sizes and Options?

We know not every CSA member has the same local produce needs, so we’ve got a few options for you to pick from. When you sign up, you can choose to pick-up your CSA share at one of our multiple pick-up locations around Howard County or have it delivered to your home if you are within our delivery area.

You can always add more local farm fresh products like meat, honey, jam, and pickles to your CSA order. Email us a few days in advance and we’ll bring your order to your pickup location.

We can also offer an Office CSA for your workplace. Get healthy with us in the easiest way possible. No more stopping off at the grocery store on the way home. Let us come to you. Email us for more info


A Full share will feed a family of 4-6 people and your weekly CSA share will provide you with 8-10 assorted local fruits and veggies.


A Medium share will feed a family of 2-3 people and your weekly CSA share will provide you with 5-6 assorted local fruits and veggies.


BREAD & EGGS – $136

In addition to your fresh, local, seasonal produce, we also offer 1 dozen pasture-raised eggs and a freshly milled premium bread from one of our local bakeries with your pickup. $240 for 20 Week Summer Season

FARM FRESH EXTRAS / Bi-weekly – $70

In addition to your terrific local CSA produce, you’ll also receive a rotation of farm fresh cheese, our Jason’s own Farm Boy Pickles, local honey, and specialty jams and sauces on a bi-weekly basis. 


BEE HIVE HONEY SHARE – $42 Summer share only


Here is your chance to lock in local honey from our hives for the entire season. You will receive four 1lb jars of honey, spaced evenly throughout the season, beginning in early June with the start of the summer CSA. If you love local honey and all of its benefits, this is a great opportunity to assure your honey pot never goes dry at a great discounted price.


As a part of the soap-scription you will save 20% on your favorite 6 bars of handcrafted soap. Prior to the start of the CSA we will email you a list of all the available choices and we will then deliver them to you with your first CSA pick-up. That’s all there is to it.
Our handmade soap will last you on average 2 weeks because they are made with all natural products such as olive oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, shea butter, and goats milk. They do not contain parabens, alcohol, petroleum, or preservatives, which are commonly found in commercially made soap.


We provide a “market”-style pick-up for members at several locations each week. A sign will inform you of the bounty to fill your own bag, box or basket with, and someone will always be available to answer your questions. 

Locally, from cold storage, we will offer crops such as potatoes, onions, beets, turnips, apples, etc. Assorted lettuces will be greenhouse-grown. Occasionally mushrooms will be included from Pennsylvania. Citrus and late spring crops are brought in from Florida. The variety will evolve as the season Progresses.



East Columbia Library

Wednesday. 4 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Breezy Willow Farm Country Market

Thursday through Saturday. 10 a.m. until 6. p.m.




What happens if I need to miss/skip a week?

Nothing to worry about! We are flexible too and will work with you to make up the missed items the following week.  If possible, let us know a few days in advance. We’ll donate whatever you missed that week to the local Howard County Food Bank.

Can I have someone pick up for me if I can't make it?

Definitely! Just have the person picking up for you give us your name at the sign-in.

What if I don't like a particular fruit or veggie?

We have you covered. There will always be a trade box available for you to swap out for something else you prefer.