Become a member of the Black Kettle Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and receive 19 weeks of certified organic, fresh, local produce this season!
Choose to pick-up on the farm in Lyman on Tuesdays 4:30-6:30 or for delivery:
Wednesdays, 4:00-6:30 in Fort Allen Park on the Eastern Prom in Portland.
The Black Kettle Farm CSA is 19 weeks of produce from June through October. A share of the full season's harvest is $500, with a variety of payment plans available. Pay in full and receive a FREE Black Kettle Farm tote bag. Weekly produce will be washed, weighed and ready to go on Tuesdays from 4:00 - 6:30 at the farm in Lyman or on Wednesdays for delivery to Portland from 4:00-6:30 PM in Fort Allen Park overlooking the Casco Bay Eastern Prom. Members bring their own bags to transport their veggies and receive a newsletter with info about the farm and recipes and are welcome to visit the veggie trade basket to customize their share. of.
Black Kettle feeds it's members with over 30 different crops including luscious greens, sweet carrots, robust tomatoes and fragrant onions, along with potatoes, peppers, lettuce, squash , cucumbers and much more. Black Kettle vegetables are grown and handled with a focus on flavor, diversity and vitality, resulting in long lasting and health enriching produce. The farm is certified organic by MOFGA and the USDA.
Check out www.blackkettlefarm.com
We also offer Pork Shares!!!
Laura Neale, Black Kettle visionary, has been farming organically for over ten years, kicking off her career as a MOFGA apprentice in 1996. Prior to Black Kettle,she managed a CSA with over 200 members and farmed extensively in Northern California and New England. Adding to her perspective on agriculture, Laura attended the International Slow Food conference Terra Madre in Turin, Italy, was an Apprentice in Ecological Agriculture at the University of Santa Cruz, California, was a Board Member of WWOOF USA (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) and has worked with a variety of food justice and urban gardening non-profit organizations. That being said, Laura really just likes to grow food in Maine and is inspired by the the deep agricultural traditions and the vibrant local food scene that exist here. In 2009 she started Black Kettle Farm in a forgotten hay field along a river in Alfred. In the fall of 2010, Black Kettle Farm moved to it's permanent home on a windy ridge in Lyman. The farm is an expression of Laura's commitment to collaborating with nature and sharing it's remarkable abundance with her community.
Join Black Kettle Farm and share in the delicious connection of Community Supported Agriculture!