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How it Works

Earthly Edibles is hard at work getting 2014 off to a great start.  We are tilling our fields and seeding our flats to be able to provide you with another great CSA season.  We will be growing a variety of delicious vegetables and fruit again this year and distributing shares once per week over our 22 week season (beginning in June as conditions allow).  We offer full shares at $550 and half shares at $350. 

You can pick your share up in one of four locations:

Arcata on the plaza during the Saturday farmer's market.

Blue Lake at Stardough's Cafe Wednesday afternoons.

Eureka at the Henderson Center during the Thursday farmer's market.

McKinleyville wednesday afternoons, location TBA

Your weekly share will include a newsletter summarizing the latest happenings on the farm, a description of that weeks goodies, a delicious recipe or two, and a box of beautiful and nutritious produce!  What can you look forward to this year?

  • apples

  • basil

  • beans

  • beets

  • broccoli

  • cabbage

  • cantaloupe

  • carrots

  • cauliflower

  • chard

  • corn

  • cucumber (lemon and slicers)

  • kale

  • lettuce

  • onions

  • potatoes

  • radishes

  • sunflowers

  • tomatoes

  • watermelon

  • winter squash

  • zucchini

  • and the occasional surprise!

We hope to host a fun event or two (farm tour, volunteer day) during the season to get you out on the land where your produce is grown.

Sound good?  To sign up please fill out and return this form:


Earthly Edibles 2014 CSA


Community Supported Agriculture is an agreement of mutual support between producer and consumer. Earthly Edibles will distribute your weekly share of freshly harvested produce for 22 weeks (beginning in June, depending on weather). Full shares are $550 and half shares are $350.





Share size? Half or Full

Where do you like to pick up your share?:
Arcata, Eureka, McKinleyville Blue Lake


Please make checks payable to:

Ed Cohen.
P.O. Box 5184
Arcata, CA 95518

We appreciate early payments so that we may purchase seeds, soil amendments and other supplies in order to grow the season's harvests.

Comments, questions or feedback welcome!  We look forward to hearing from you.

Please contact us at:

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