Community Supported Agriculture & Flowers (CSA)

What is a CSA?

Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is an arrangement that connects the producer and consumers within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms. It is an alternative economic model of agriculture and food distribution that allows the producer and consumer to share the risks and rewards of farming more closely.

Why our CSA?

  • Taste: We carefully select our produce varieties for excellent taste and quality.
  • Freshness: Produce is harvested on or before the day you receive it.
  • Health for Body and Soil: Our produce is grown organically without pesticides in fertile soil resulting in highly nutritious food and healthy soil.
  • Support Local Agriculture: Through a CSA, your dollars go directly towards strengthening and sustaining a small farm. Get to know the farm and farmers. See where and how your food is grown.

Flowers

TALMAR is known for our specialty cut flowers, grown, in diversity, in our hoop houses and in the fields. We sell to the largest food retailers. Avoid the mark up and add a fresh medium sized bouquet or bucket of stem cuts 12- 14 inches to your weekly produce! Flower memberships are also available without produce memberships.

Eggs

Add a half or a whole dozen eggs from our free range organically fed hens laid the day of pick.

How to Join

Sign up to receive weekly shares of produce, flowers and/or eggs!  

When: This 20-week enrollment begins June 3rd and ends November 14th.

What: Half Shares of produce provides enough  for a one or two person household. Full Shares are suited to 3+ household.

How: Download our registration form and fill it out.  Then scan+email it to us at talmar@talmar.org or mail it to TALMAR Inc. Attn: CSA/CSF Membership, 1994 Cromwell Bridge Road Baltimore, MD 21234. You could also stop by the farm to say hello and pay by credit card.  We are open 9-1pm daily or by appointment.

Download CSA Registration Form