The short answer is to some extent. You will be able to pick the variety of lettuce available and the extra greens that will be dropped off at the pickup point.
CSA seems kind of pricey. Why should I pay a farmer up front of instead of shopping at a grocery store?
CSA is so much more than a bag of groceries. Buying directly from the farm means you are buying the very freshest, tastiest food. Vegetable varieties are grown for quality, flavor and diversity – not shelf life. CSA helps you learn where your food comes from, how it’s grown, and how to prepare it. [...]
Members usually sign up between June to October (or until our membership fills up) for the winter growing season. Members pay for their share of vegetables up front and receive a weekly delivery of vegetables through the winter growing season from November - March. Once you’re enrolled, the real fun begins as the weekly [...]
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to buy local food directly from a farmer. You purchase a “share” and become a farm “member.” The farm delivers a box of vegetables regularly throughout the growing season. You choose the pick-up location from a list of options the farm provides. Some farms offer choose-your-own options or [...]