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Wincer CSA Registration NOW OPEN

Posted on September 11th, 2021 by Dave Redfearn

Winter CSA registration is now OPEN.  If you haven't signed up yet and want the extended version of the CSA, you can sign up here:

We aren't advertising outside the CSA group right now because we want you to get a chance to sign up, but you need to do it quickly.  Word starts to spread and spots can fill up rather fast.  

On the signup page, you can view a map of the locations but here are the pickup names, times and addresses if you need them.

  • WINTER Farm Thursday 3:00 PM- 6:00 PM 26355 E Bundschu Rd Independence MO
  • WINTER 2021 Brookside Thursday 2:30 PM- 6:30 PM 6012 McGee St Kansas City MO
  • WINTER 2021 Prairie Village Thursday 3:00 PM- 6:30 PM 7311 Birch Street Prairie Village KS
  • WINTER 2021 Overland Park Thursday 3:30 PM- 6:30 PM 12700 W. 118th St Overland Park KS
  • WINTER 2021 Leawood Thursday 4:00 PM- 7:00 PM 12113 Aberdeen Road Leawood KS
  • WINTER 2021 Lees Summit Thursday 4:00 PM- 7:00 PM 325 NE Viewpark Drive Lee's Summit MO
  • WINTER 2021 Lakewood Thursday 4:30 PM- 7:00 PM 308 Northeast Chelmsford Court Lee's Summit
  • WINTER Farm Self Service Friday 7:00 AM- 7:00 PM 26355 E Bundschu Rd Independence MO

The Summer Season is NOT Over!

But don't forget, we've still got 4 more weeks of delicious veggies headed your way through the summer CSA season.  The final pick-up will be October 7, 8, and 9.  

The peppers are going crazy out there, so if you want to make some hot sauce, freeze a bunch of peppers, make your own red pepper flakes, you should go nuts.  The Shishitos are looking great with lots of sweet red ones.  The Italians are continuing to wow us....habaneros anyone?  They're gorgeous orange!  Also we continue to have lots of beans.  The romano beans are especially productive and succulent right now.  We're really running ragged trying to pick everything because, well, there's a lot to pick.  As the days shorten all the fruiting crops like peppers, beans, and okra start to feel the urge to rapidly reproduce because time is short.  That means, more picking for us and more yummy food for your plate.  

Bread and Cheese

Cheese: Hemme Brothers Rubbed and Smoked Cheddar, 6 oz. block

Bread: Farm to Market Great Grains Sliced Loaf 

Thanks for taking the time to know your farmers,

Dave and Sheri