Pesticide & Chemical Free Vegetables–Join the Co-Op

//Pesticide & Chemical Free Vegetables–Join the Co-Op

Fresh, Local, Chemical-Free Produce!

Hello friends of Eco-Gardens CSA!

Today’s sunshine provides a glimpse of spring weather soon to come!

If you are looking for chemical free and pesticide free produce, this is the place to get it. Co-ops are great ways to cut costs and get delicious, healthy food straight from the farm. Our family is really excited about this new season. It will last 28 weeks and you are weekly given a huge basket of seasonal fruits and vegetables, eggs and raw milk.

This will be a new journey for me. I have many friends who do this and they have learned to be very creative with the abundance of vegetables they receive. I am excited to learn to can and store up for the winter. It will be great hands on learning for the girls.

Here is the info for the 2010 spring to fall season. Please help us spread the word! The farmers ask that all who wish to join please sign up as soon as you are able (now if you can!). Please feel free to pass this along to all who might be interested!

Eco-Gardens CSA 2010

Incentive to all who sign up Before March 12 !!!

28 Week Season

One share = 3/8 bushel or more (same volume of produce as 2009)

Harvest should begin late April or early May

More info on the web-site of Christ the King Catholic Church: http://www.ctk.org/web-page-news.htm#csa

Single Share Pricing

If paid in full Before March 12 : $425 (After March 12: $450)

Single Share Payment Plan

Deposit + 4 Payments of $100 each due April 1, May 1, June 1, July 1

If submitted Before March 12 Deposit = $50 (Deposit = $75 if submitted After March 12)

Double Share Pricing

If paid in full Before March 12 : $825 (After March 12: $850)

Double Share Payment Plan

Deposit + 7 Payments of $100 each due April 1, May 1, June 1, July 1, Aug 1, Sept 1, Oct 1

If submitted Before March 12 Deposit = $150 (Deposit = $175 if submitted After March 12)

Two Convenient Nashville Locations!

Thursdays 3:30 to 6 pm
Christ the King Catholic Church
3001 Belmont Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37212

Christ the King contact: Katie Spears 615-525-5267
Endlesswellness@gmail.com

Tuesdays 4 to 6 pm
Crieve Hall (location to be determined)
Contact us about late pick up arrangements

Crieve Hall contact: Lisa Cochran 615-331-0104
eco-gardenscsa@bellsouth.net

We wish to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of you who have supported Eco-Gardens CSA over the years!

Many Blessings to you all in 2010!
the Cochrans

4 Comments

  • Thank you so much for posting this! Drew and I have been wanting to do more research on all the different CSAs in the Nashville area and this one is new to me.

    Lori 22.02.2010
  • Thanks for the info! I’m really interested too. One question…You mentioned eggs and raw milk, but when I read the info it looked like just fruits and vegetables. Do you get the eggs and milk somewhere else or can you get that from the same place?

    Kacey 25.02.2010
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