join us for the 2018 season
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture is a way for you to buy and eat local, seasonal and delicious produce directly from the farmer in your community. As with all CSAs, you are investing in a farm and its farmers. You take on the risks with us and refunds are not available for crop failure. You receive a box of weekly veggies, greens and value added products. Pick up on Tuesday at our Marshall farm (after 2pm) or at the West Asheville Market (from 330-630). Root Bottom Farm's CSA services Buncombe, Co and Mars Hill, Marshall and Hot Springs in Madison County, NC.
How long does it last? How much does it cost?
Mid May - October
$500 for the season. Full payment is due by March 15, 2018.
We sell out quickly, so you can reserve your spot here : We prefer check payment due to website fees. THIS DOLLAR CONFIRMS YOUR SPOT. Please send check for $500 to Root Bottom Farm 1201 east fork Rd Marshall NC 28753.
What can I expect in my box?
Produce and products vary each week. Boxes will include greens, microgreens, vegetables, root crops, berries and our value added products.
Greens: Lettuce, microgreens, kale, Swiss chard, collards, arugula & spicy Asian greens
Veggies: eggplant, tomatoes, scallions, peppers, cucumbers, peas, beans, broccoli, corn, summer & winter squash
Root Crops: carrots, beets, potatoes, sweet potatoes, garlic, onions & sunchokes
Other: strawberries, blackberries, basil, herbs, flowers, jam, pesto and garlic butter
What if I don't pick up my box?
If boxes are not picked up (and we are not contacted to make different arrangements), the box will be donated that week to a family in need in the area.
What do I do next?
You can hold your spot by purchasing the $1 spot saver in our store, payment is then due in full by March 15th.
Contact us at rootbottom @ gmail.com for any further questions.
We look forward to growing you great, organic food this year! Hungry yet?