Meet the CSA Farmers: Applecrest Farm Orchards

courtesy of Applecrest

courtesy of Applecrest

It’s CSA Sign Up Season, and farms all over the greater seacoast have lots of different choices to offer you in Community Supported Agriculture Shares.

Applecrest Farm Orchards is offering produce CSA Shares with a variety of add on options available for pick up at the farm in Hampton Falls or in Portsmouth, NH.

(Not sure what CSA is all about? Start here.)

Our second CSA Day at the Market is coming up on February 22nd at Wentworth Greenhouses, where over a dozen CSA farmers will be available to talk to you about their options. In anticipation, we asked the participating CSA farms to answer a couple questions. Up next, Applecrest Farm Orchards from Hampton Falls, New Hampshire.

2 Questions (+ their answers) for Applecrest Farm Orchards:

1.  What is the best thing about your CSA?

Best thing about our CSA: other than our smiling faces? The morning-of-delivery-day-fresh-picked fruits: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, nectarines, plums, melons and APPLES. We’ve got ‘em all.

2.  Why is CSA important?

The value our members place on CSA is what makes it important; day-in and day-out we are more than grateful that there are so many folks out there who believe in supporting our farm and making sure they get the freshest and best quality fruits and vegetables.

Meet a variety of the CSA farmers during the next Winter Farmers Market at Wentworth Greenhouses, February 22nd, 10am to 2pm.

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