CSA Sign ups are now closed for the 2019 Spring & Summer Season. Check back this September to learn more about our Fall CSA Share.

 
 

20 weeks of fresh farm produce delivered directly to your door April through August.

 
 

Here’s how it Works:

Step 1: We grow lots of tasty veggies and herbs for you.

Step 2: You shop online and pick out what you want each week.

Step 3: We harvest your order and deliver it directly to you!


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Your CSA Membership Includes:

  • Fresh, local, delicious vegetables. You’ll receive $20 of produce each week for 20 weeks, April through August. Each box includes 5-8 different vegetables, which is generally enough produce to feed 1-2 people a week.

    We grow over 100 different varieties of vegetables and herbs on the farm, in order to give you a wide selection of products throughout the season. Check out our “What We Grow” page to get a better idea of our offerings.

  • Exclusive access to our Online Farm Store - Customize your box each week by logging in to the online farm store and using your $20 credit to shop for the freshest vegetables and herbs coming off of our farm. You also have to option to purchase additional items as you’d like.

    If you choose not to customize your box, you’ll automatically receive a “Farmer’s Choice Box” of a $20 value, which features a seasonal variety of top quality produce.

  • Home or Office Delivery - Your CSA membership includes weekly delivery to Hillsborough, Durham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Cary, or Apex. Inquire about neighboring delivery locations. Boxes are delivered every Wednesday between 2-7pm.

  • Convenient Pick-up Locations - You can also pick up your box at Two Chicks Farm, a local business in Hillsborough’s Boone Square OR at our booth at the Chapel Hill Farmer’s Market on Tuesdays, located at University place. If you want the real farm experience- pick up your box on the farm in Hurdle Mills, and get a chance to see your produce growing in the fields each week! All delivery fees are waived for members who pick up at any of these locations.

  • Flexibility. We are happy to hold your box on a week you’ll be out of town, and you’ll receive extra credit for it later.

 
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Bonus CSA Benefits:

  • The insiders scoop. You’ll receive a weekly newsletter filled with seasonal recipes, tips, & how-to’s - along with news & behind the scenes from the farm.

  • Experience the farm. You’ll get personal invitations to our member-only events (like farm tours & dinners). You’ll also get a 10% discount on all classes we offer on the farm.

  • The opportunity to support local farmers. Know the hands that feed you. Our CSA is as much about delicious vegetables as it is about the relationship we have with our customers!


 

Pricing

Every week you get $20 worth of produce, delivered to your door for a $5 fee.

That’s $500 for 20 weeks of deliveries, plus a $30 membership fee.

You can pay in full when you sign up, or pay in affordable monthly installments.

Pick-up Pricing: Members who pick up their box either on the farm in Hurdle Mills, at Two Chicks Farm in Hillsborough, or at the Chapel Hill Farmers Market on Tuesdays have all delivery fees waived. That’s $430 for the season.

 

Share & Save:

Have a friend or coworker pick up their box at the same location (whether it be your home or office) and both of you will receive $50 off.

Or refer a friend, regardless of their pick up location, and you’ll receive a $20 coupon redeemable on our online store or at our farmers market booth.

Email us at info@humbleumbelfarm.com to get your coupon code.

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Flower Shares

We also offer Flower Shares, where you’ll receive a fresh-picked bouquet of flowers from the farm each week from May-July. Flower Shares run for 10 weeks and cost $150.

Flower Shares can be purchased alone or in addition to our vegetable CSA. They make a wonderful gift for friends, loved ones, or yourself!

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Please read our CSA Terms & Policies page for more details.

 
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