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Two important announcements!

Posted on September 20th, 2019 by Curtis Millsap

1) We are excited to announce we are planning a fall fest Millsap style and we hope you can join us.  Saturday October 5th @ 4:45 we will be welcoming all of you to the farm for a Contra Dance/Whole Hog Roast/Potluck good time.  We will be pit roasting one of our hogs, so bring along something to go with it, potluck style.  We will eat at 5:15, and then we will start contra dancing at about 6:45.  If you have never been to contra dance they are super family friendly good times with large circle, line or square dances. They are similar to square dancing, with a caller, but more of a bluegrass fiddle band feel. Our caller is Jim Thaxter who is coming down from Columbia, Kim Lansford on guitar, David Scrivner will be on fiddle, Nathan McAllister on fiddle/banjo. We hope to dance (or watch) for a few hours. 

Things to bring:

Pot Luck Dish and your own tablewear if you have it (or we will have paper for those who forget)

Donation to help cover the cost (suggested $5 a person or whatever your family can afford

Water bottle/ Drink of choice to accompany your eveing

Comfortable shoes

Chairs or a picnic blanket

Carpooling is good!  No dogs please.

If you want to RSVP you can email us at

Note: we will NOT be having a CSA appreciate feast at the end of the season this year, the pig roast is replacing that this year, so please come hang out with us!

2) Hard to believe, but the summer season is down to its last month! (Last summer pickup is the week of October 21.)  As a convenience to you, your farm share will automatically renew into the Fall season on October 11. You will be defaulted into the payment option you chose when you first placed your order. 

Here are the next season’s details for you to review:

Fall season will start on Friday, October 25th. This will be a 8 week season, running until the 20th of December. 

Your delivery or pickup location will remain the same, however, this season we are going to move all pickups to Friday and Saturday; If you have been a Tuesday Pickup, you'll pickup between 4 and 6 on Friday instead.  You also have the option of scheduling to pickup out of the cooler from 5pm Friday until 8pm Sunday.  Home Delivery will happen Saturday morning.  

Don’t want to participate in this season? Need to change your payment option? 

To opt out of auto renew log into your Harvie account here,

click “My Profile” and then “Edit Profile”.

Scroll to the bottom of the page where you will see a checkbox to allow auto-renew,  

To change your payment option Log into your Harvie account here,

click “My Profile” and then “Edit Profile”.

Scroll to the bottom of the page where you will see the payment options and can change them there.  

After Auto Renew

If you do not opt out prior to the auto renew date of October 11, you will receive a confirmation email that this has been completed. You will also receive a “Welcome Back” email series that will provide you with reminders about how to use your Harvie account. 


What if I need to change my location, pick up day, or share size?  No problem, let us know and we can make the change for you!  

What if I don’t want the next season but want to participate in the future? Just login and uncheck the auto renew box. When you are ready to join us again, just sign up as you normally would. You’ll still have an account with us! 

Why is my farm doing auto renew vs. traditional sign up methods?  Auto renew is done as a courtesy to you. Simply “set it and forget it” and continue to get farm-fresh produce from us season to season without missing a delivery. You no longer have to remember to sign up every season. We take the worry out of it. This also ensures your spot gets saved before sign up opens to the general public!  

What if I already signed up for the next season? If you already signed up for the next season you will not be auto renewed again and can disregard this message! 

Questions or concerns? Just reply back to this email or reach out to and we’ll be happy to answer your questions!  


Farmer Curtis at Millsap Farms