Buffalo Ridge Orchard

Growing Quality Local Produce Responsibly

2016 CSA Sign-Up Now Available

Once again the days are getting brighter, and longer, and we’re starting to think of warmth and sun and vegetables and apples!  Marcus and Emma have already finished pruning the pear trees and have made good progress in the apple orchard.  Vern has been busy planting the movable high tunnels and Mary is busy in the greenhouse.  We all are still enjoying the last of our apples and root crops.  This is the perfect time to sign up for one our 2016 CSA shares.  This year, in addition to our Veggie-Apple combination share, we are also offering an Apple-only share – both of which you can sign-up for online.

The Veggie-Apple CSA share will provide a great mix of fresh seasonal vegetables, such as peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, herbs, and fresh greens in August; kale, cabbage, chard, garlic, tomatoes, herbs, winter squash, peppers, and potatoes in September; and fall greens, herbs, winter squash, pie pumpkins, and potatoes in October.  All of these great veggies will be paired with a number of apple varieties as they ripen throughout the fall season.  Click the button below to sign-up for either share, or click here for more information.


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We found this box last year – need we say more?

Our new Apple share is an easy way to get your weekly supply of apples, or as an add-on to one of our Veggie-Apple shares (for families wanting more apples each week).  Just like our Veggie-Apple share, the apple varieties will change throughout the season as they’re harvested ripe out of the orchard.  Click the button above to sign-up, or click here for more information.


About buffaloridgeorchard

Buffalo Ridge Orchard grows vegetables, apples, and pears for local coops and farmer's markets. We have over 25 different types of new and classic apple varieties. In 2011 we installed our first moveable hoop house which allows us to grow greens and root vegetables in the winter and get an early start on tomatoes and extend the season for other vegetable crops.


This entry was posted on February 26, 2016 by in Apples, CSA, Orchard.
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