Community Supported Agriculture
Why Become a SolFed Farm
Small farms are disappearing across the United States. Money spent in your community stays in your community and supports local agriculture.
Reduce Your Footprint
Reduce carbon emissions through minimal transport time between harvest and home. No factory farms, no semi trucks, no chemical ripening. Just fresh, local produce.
Know where your food comes from, who grows it, and learn more about how your food is grown. You'll see how it's grown every time you pick up your share.
Explore New Varieties
Did you know there are over 10,000 different tomato varieties? Get exposed to new types and varieties of vegetables and new ways to use them in the kitchen. Nature creates beautiful and unique varieties, as well as your old favorites.
We maintain responsible growing methods and are Certified Naturally Grown. Our growing practices in a nutshell are bio-intensive, regenerative, pollinator-friendly, and we strive to be as sustainable as possible.
Our short growing season takes careful planning. Peppers picked in August means starting them indoors in March. We work with our season and unique weather to grow fresh, flavorful produce packed with all the vitamins.
What's in a share?
Our shares run for 16 weeks, and you can choose from a Full Share (weekly pick-up) or a Half Share (every other week pick-up). Full shares give you the advantage of getting an abundance of fresh produce every single week, however if you are a small household or have busy summers, half shares might be a better option for you. Every growing season is different, but here's generally what to expect:
June: Salad greens, spinach, asian greens, radish, chives, fresh herbs.
July: Salad greens, specialty greens (arugula, kale, etc) kohlrabi, radish, green onions, peas, garlic scapes, basil, chard, fresh herbs.
August: Garlic, onion, shallots, summer squash, cucumber, tomatoes, beets, chard, tomatillos, sweet corn, peppers, green beans, carrots, cilantro, basil, parsley, fresh herbs.
September: Potatoes, onions, sweet corn, carrots, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, leeks, winter squash, cabbage, garlic, beets, salad greens, fresh herbs.
2023 CSA Membership Info
Please read the Membership Agreement Form before signing up for the season.
Mondays 4-7pm at SolFed Farm
Mondays 4-7pm in Lakeside (Glenwood Ave)
Tuesdays 2-8pm Duluth Public Library (Downtown Location)
Wednesdays 4-7pm at SolFed Farm
Wednesdays 4-7pm in Lakeside (Glenwood Ave)
Payment: We always prefer checks because it keeps our costs low, but you can also choose to pay by credit card below. If paying by check, fill out the membership agreement form and send along with your check, or email us the form to email@example.com
Deadline: Deadline for membership is June 1st to guarantee a share, or until are shares are filled for the season. If you would like to join us late in the season, please contact us for availability and pricing.