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CSA - Community Supported Agriculture

We believe in community, building community, and supporting community.  We are here to grow fresh produce in the Gallatin Valley and offer it to the valley either at Farmer's markets, in person at our on-site farm stand, or through our CSA subscription program. Our CSA program is our favorite way to build community, by partnering with individuals who are investing with us to grow and improve the farm and becoming part of our community.
 

The CSA program is Spain Bridge Farm providing a weekly allotment of produce for a number of weeks determined by the season the agreement is
entered into. We will always strive to provide an amazing assortment of vegetables and berries fresh from the farm to you with the option of adding eggs to your box, or adding additional quantities of any items.  You pick up at the farm, and you will always be greeted when you arrive to pick up your box.

 

When entering into a CSA, the member is taking on the risk with the farmer that
weather, pests, or some other acts of nature that Montana throws our way are beyond our control and may affect the
season. We will do our best to offer substitutions and meet the weekly basket.
Because of this, we do not offer any refunds or cancellations. You are able to sell your
membership to someone else or donate it if circumstances don’t allow you to continue
with the weekly membership.

What We Offer

CSA Boxes for 2024 are sold out, thank you for your interest.  Check back later for more CSA options.

 Boxes will be available starting Wednesday, May 29th, and will continue every
Wednesday until September 11th. (16 weeks)

A new Fall CSA Will be offered - Details coming in the summer

New for 2024, CSA Members will receive 10% off produce at the farm stand all season long!
● Pickup will be at Spain Bridge Farm, 3573 Spain Bridge Road, Belgrade between
3:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Wednesdays
● Only 50 boxes will be offered in 2024

New this year we will be offering an additional add-on option of fresh Jams. 

 

Anticipated 2024 crops

Greens (Lettuce, Spinach, Arugula, Kale)
Herbs (Basil, Oregano, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Cilantro, Etc.)
Radishes
Beets (golden and red)
Turnips
Carrots

​Broccoli

Broccolini

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Sweet Corn

Potatoes (Red and Russet)
Summer Squash​ and Zucchini

Winter Squash (Hubbard, Buttercup, Spaghetti)
Tomatoes (Cherry, Slicing, Roma, Heirloom)
Peas (edible Pods)
Green Beans 
Peppers (bell sweet, poblano, anaheim, banana, jalapeno)

Eggplant
Pumpkins
Onions and scallions
Garlic
Raspberries
Honeyberries

Apples

Plums

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