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herbal CSA

Share the seasons of our magical oak woodland medicine garden from the beginnings of spring to the bountiful exuberance of late fall with small-batch herbal offerings


What is a CSA?

CSA stands for community-supported agriculture. It is an economic model that recognizes that farming is a dance with uncertainty. By investing in the farm thru these seasonal shares, you are invited into plant-based cycles of availability + variance. If you are able, paying for your CSA upfront allows us to make early-season investments such as irrigation repair + seed purchases at a time when farm income is traditionally low.

Your herbal CSA is a box of homemade herbal goodness every other month throughout the growing season from May to January. A CSA allows us the chance to expand our market garden while creating unique, seasonally-inspired botanical medicines. CSAs are available for local pickup or shipped anywhere within the continental US.


Shares might include dried teas, one-of-a-kind herbal honeys, vinegars, oxymels, tinctures, salves + elixirs, flower essences, herbal hydrosols, adaptogenic seasonings + more. Each box will be attuned to the season of its flourishing, as well as to particular body systems.  Each share will include an illustrated zine delving deeper into the plants and processes of the season.

All plants grown with loving care + organic practices in our small garden, honoring the limited resources and medicinal potency of the mountains we call home.  Each product is homemade + small-batch.

The entire year of herbal boxes (four total, every other month) is available at a discounted rate of $260.


Or pay for each share as it become available for $70-85 sliding scale. Select your preferred payment amount in the drop down menu.  We have adopted a sliding scale to keep our herbal medicine affordable while allowing those who are able to pay more to account for our time + labor.  Please know that we are totally comfortable with any amount in this range <3

[photo is of our spring 2020 share]

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