Baywater Farms’ Summer 2019 CSA

Summer CSA

Join our Summer CSA to get some delicious produce!

We’re happy to announce our summer CSA! CSA or community-supported agriculture allows those who grow produce and consumers to connect with each other directly without the need for any middleman. The consumer simply subscribes to receive a share of a particular harvest, and when the produce is brought in they would just pick it up. Here at Baywater Farms, we offer Full Shares and Half Shares of our produce.

The Full share contains a weekly supply of 6-10 produce items, which is equal to 12-14 pounds of produce. If you opt for a Half Share, you will get 5-10 items every week (about 6-8 pounds). No matter which option you choose, you will get a delicious variety of hydroponic and field produce like beets, tomatoes, squash, and peppers. Plus, if you sign up by March 1, you’ll get discounted pricing!

From May 6-August 26, you’ll be able to pick up your produce at these locations:

Tuesday
Camden Avenue Farmers Market
2:30pm-5:30pm
1401 Camden Avenue, Salisbury MD

Tuesday
Good Earth Market
2pm-6pm
31806 Good Earth Lane, Ocean View DE

Wednesday
Baywater Farms
1pm-6pm
27616 Little Lane, Salisbury MD

Sunday
Berlin Farmers Market
9am-1pm
N. Main & West St. Downtown, Berlin MD

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE AT BAYWATER FARMS

Baywater Farms is a sixth-generation family-owned and operated farm servicing Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Delaware beaches, and the Eastern Shore. Baywater Farms is capable of meeting the demands of your produce distributor, restaurant produce supplier, CSA produce supplier, or wholesale produce supplier while maintaining the integrity and character of a small farm. Baywater Farms is about more than just hydroponic lettuce—we also grow heirloom beefsteak tomatoes, shishito peppers, field lettuces, custom grows, watermelon, Maryland’s own fish peppers, and more. When you work with Baywater Farms, you work with an experienced, ethical, and local farm dedicated to providing the highest-quality heirloom produce possible.

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