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CSA Delivery Sites

From Duluth, MN to Minocqua, WI and many points in between, HCF has a delivery site near you!


 

Duluth/Superior Area

 

Chester Creek Cafe - At Sara's Table Chester Creek Cafe, just down the hill from the UMD campus on 8th Street is a perfect location for a HCF CSA drop site (the owners and staff truly understand the ideals behind "locally grown"). Featuring local foods and brews and simple seasonal eating in a neighborhood setting. Look for our CSA trailer next to their garden space.

Beaner's Central - West Duluth's premier concert coffeehouse and plain old great spot to grab a bite to eat (owned by a HCF CSA member and featuring locally grow food) makes for an ideal CSA dropsite. And after picking up your share, kick back and enjoy some good home-grown music as well!

Hope United Methodist Church - Duluth. Located across the street from the UMD campus, churches have long embodied the idea of community and we are excited to partner with Hope United in bringing Community Supported Agriculture to you. Located at 301 West St. Marie Street.   

WLSSD - Employees of WLSSD can have shares dropped right where you work.

NRRI - Employees at the Natural Resource Research Institute can have shares dropped right where you work.

Superior - Our Superior site is at the private residence of the member who singlehandedly convinced us to expand our CSA adventure to the Twin Ports. The site is an easy to access, shaded front porch and enclosed entry way just off Belknap Ave.


 

Chequamegon Bay & Vicinity

 

Black Cat Coffeehouse - Ashland. The Black Cat was our very first drop site way back in 1995 and remains a steadfast friend of locally grown foods.

Coco Cafe and Bakery - Washburn. Coco's was still under construction when owner/baker Noreen called with an offer to use the soon to open Coco Bakery as a drop site. We jumped at the chance and have enjoyed a locally grown connection ever since.

4 Corners Saloon - Mason. We've known 4 Corners owner, Dave, for most of the 25+ years that we've lived at HCF and when a CSA member suggested his great bar and Friday fish fry hangout as a drop site, we jumped at the idea. Dave graciously accepted our inquiry and we're grateful to have another reason to stop by and say hello (besides great fish and a cold beer on Friday evenings). And you just might find your farmers there as well!

Big Water Coffee Roasters - Bayfield. Can you think of a better spot to pick up your share and get a good honest cup-o'-joe at the north end of the peninsula ? We sure can't.

Northlakes Clinic - Ashland and Iron River campuses. Employees can have shares dropped right where you work.

Hermit Creek Farm - High Bridge. Pick up your share right at the farm and take some time to wander the fields and say hello.


 

Minocqua

Wild Berry Market - Minocqua. The Wild Berry is the premier natural food store in the Minocqua area. Check out their great line of organic foods, bulk items, and more while picking up your share.


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Do you notice a trend in our drop sites? We believe in small, independent business being the backbone of our community and hope that you thank them (and patronize them) when you can.

Don't see a drop site in your neighborhood or do you have a great site in mind, please let us know. And if you have a home that you think would make a great site (shaded porch, garage, etc .with easy access) give us a jingle.

Are you a business owner looking for healthy options for your employees? Give us a call and we can work with you to set up a CSA drop site available for you and your employees right at your place of business. 

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Certified OrganicJanuary 3rd, 2017

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What's up at Hermit Creek?

Summer time, and the farm is a-growin'!

We have been busy with field prep, planting, and crop care. Harvests have begun and CSA shares are finding their way to folks across the western Lake Superior region. Life is good!

We still have a few limited share options available, why not join us.

Check out our options and get started today! 

 

 Our awesome crew hamming it up in an awesome field of winter rye!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We believe in the old adage, "you are what you eat!" and besides our belief in organic food being healthier for you, it's also healthier for your farmer and the land.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Hermit Creek, we're serious about how we farm, we're serious about our health, and we're serious about your health as well. Certified organic, it's simply plain old common sense.