Hermit Creek Farm 65554 Spring Brook Rd High Bridge, WI 54846 Google Map 715-492-5969
Banner
banner

CSA Share Options

Hey, we're not open for 2018 CSA sign-up yet but we're getting close! Check back soon or drop us an email at info@hermitcreekfarm.com and we'll put you on our waiting list (that insures you'll hear about the 2018 season before the general public). 

You might notice a few changes. We have streamlined share options a bit (saying goodbye to our Spring Share) and have dropped our Whole Diet shares (our cheese supplier has moved on and local organic eggs continue to be hard to source).

That said, our Classic CSA shares have all the same great veggies and our Flex-Plan has proved to be greatly popular. 

Classic CSA Shares

A mix of the freshest organic produce of the season, harvested at the peak of flavor and delivered either weekly or every-other-week. Each box comes with a hearty portion of 7 to 14 different crops.

  • Summer Share - Early-June thru September for 17 weekly deliveries.
  • EOW Summer Share - Early-June thru September on an every-other-week schedule, 9 deliveries in all.
  • Fall Share - October thru mid-November deliveries for 5 weeks.
  • EOW Fall Share - 3 deliveries, every-other-week.
  • Winter Share - December thru March, 4 deliveries the first week of each month.
  • The Works! - All 4 seasons rolled into one, weekly spring thru fall, then monthly for the winter, 26 deliveries in all with savings for you.
  • The Works EOW - All 4 seasons every-other-week spring thru fall, then monthly for the winter, 16 deliveries with savings for you.

Flex-Plan CSA Share

Our classic CSA share available when you want it. You pick the days you wish to receive a box (available from our summer & fall share seasons) and we deliver! Perfect for those planning to travel or simply wanting to give CSA a trial run.

  • 6 Box Plan - Our Classic CSA Share delivered on 6 dates of your choosing between June 13 and November 8. $225
  • 12 Box Plan - Our Classic CSA Share delivered on 12 dates of your choosing between June 13 and November 8. $425

Pastured Meat Shares

  • Pastured Pork Share - A 25+ lb. share includes a selection of chops, roasts, ground, cured bacon, and more, fresh frozen, labeled, and vacuum-packed to assure quality. Typically available in mid-November, delivery to Ashland and Duluth-Superior (sorry but no Minocqua delivery for pork).
  • Pastured Lamb ShareComing Soon! We hope offer limited lamb shares this coming fall. Share size and price to be determined.

Check out our Delivery Sites 

Sign Up Today!

Notes from the Farm KitchenNovember 14th, 2017

Greetings, welcome to Notes From the Farm Kitchen, a mostly weekly gathering of news, tidbits, recipes, and other good stuff from Hermit Creek Farm. The format is informal, we'll add as we go, just sc

CSA Share OptionsOctober 11th, 2017

Whole Diet Shares Our goal has always been to provide a healthy diet year-round. Each delivery includes a mix of 8 to 14 different fresh produce items plus bi-weekly cheese from our friends at Sa

Sheep on PastureJanuary 3rd, 2017

Way back in the mid-1980's, when Hermit Creek Farm was a far off dream and we were looking for land, we planned on raising sheep. It seemed a natural fit. Landis spun wool and knitted. Steven grew up

What's up at Hermit Creek?

 

Christmas is right around the corner and with it, 2018 CSA sign-up. So why not give the gift of health with a gift of CSA this Holiday Season! Drop us an email at info@hermitcreekfarm.com and we'll help make it happen.

 Alright, it's not Rudolf but hey,

"Won't You Join Our CSA This Year!"

 

Mae, Chris & Alex in full on winter carrot harvest mode!

 

Thanks and have a Great Holiday Season. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.