Working Farm with animals (including horses); farm market; pick your own option. You can sign up for a work shift on the online work calendar with your shareholder number at members.weaversway.coop. What makes us different from other CSAs?
We are an educational farm at a high school, and students are involved in growing the food.
We grow in the city.
All the produce comes from the two Weavers Way Farms; we do not buy in.
We are part of a food co-op that is proud to have farmers on staff.
Beautyfull pick your own flowers. You can pull up on Henry Avenue and hang out with peop But Henry Got Crops is more than just a CSA — we grow food for the community while also providing educational opportunities for Saul High School students. Located on the campus of the W.B. Saul High School for Agricultural Sciences, the farm is managed by Weavers Way staff in collaboration with Saul students and teachers. The nonprofit Food Moxie (formerly Weavers Way Community Programs) provides farm education curriculum and hands-on farming experience, teaching students about small-scale, sustainable vegetable production and distribution.
By buying a share in the Henry Got Crops CSA, you are supporting agricultural education while sharing the risks and benefits of small-scale, local agriculture.
During the season, shareholders come to the farm once a week to collect their share of that week’s harvest. They gain an understanding of seasonality and an appreciation for a wide range of vegetables. le friendly horses during business hours
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