What is a Share?

By purchasing a Share, you become a Shareholder and part of the Canticle Farm family enabling your Farm to “grow”.

There are three (3) share options:

INDIVIDUAL SHARE – feeds 1 person (Pre-determined & Boxed)
SMALL SHARE – feeds 2-3 people
LARGE SHARE – feeds 4-5 people

Spring CSA Share – Starts May 1 (estimated)
Tuesday Distribution

A 6-week season with an estimated start date of May 1; you will be notified of the exact start date in April.

Small share is $110.00 (averages $18.34/week)
Large shares cost $205 (averages $34.17/week)

Spring Shares may contain a selection of fresh greens such as lettuce heads and mix, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, beet greens, Asian greens as well as root vegetables like beets, carrots, potatoes, turnips, radishes, onions, and scallions.

Summer CSA Share – Starts June 12 (estimated)
Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday Distribution

A 17-week season that begins in mid-June (estimated start date is June 12) and ends in early October. Pick-up day will be either Tuesday or Friday in Allegany or Wednesday in Bradford, PA.

Individual share $230 (averages $13.53 week)
Small share
$410 (averages $24.12/week)
Large share
$770 (averages $45.30/week)

Shareholders will be offered 6-10 vegetables weekly, depending on what is in season. Shares may contain: beans, beets, beet greens, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, collards, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, garlic, Asian greens, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, onions, Pac choy, peas, peppers (sweet and hot), potatoes, radishes, scallions, Napa cabbage, shallots, summer squash, winter squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes (heirloom, hybrid, paste, cherry), turnips, and zucchini. PYO (pick your own) crops may include the following items: cherry tomatoes, herbs, and flowers.

Fall CSA Share – Starts October 9 (estimated)
Tuesday Distribution

A 5-week season with an estimated start date of October 9.

Individual share $80 (averages $16/week)
Small share
$140 (averages $28/week)
Large share
$265 (averages $53/week)

Shares may contain: beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celeriac, collards, fennel, garlic, gourds, Asian greens, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, Napa cabbage, onions, Pac choy, peppers pie pumpkins, radishes, rutabagas, spinach, winter squash, shallots, Swiss chard, tomatoes, and turnips.

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