Sitafal Farm is a diverse vegetable farm that also produces culturally specific items such as spices, dry beans, and value-added products. Our farm wants to provide an alternative for customers from the grocery store so they know where all the items in their pantry come from, how it’s produced, and can trust all the ingredients in them. Right now, this means that we produce storage vegetables as well, spices such as paprika, cayenne, coriander, cumin and more, and dry beans such as garbanzo beans, black beans, and others.
We farm by using sustainable and regenerative farming practices such as crop rotation, cover cropping, mulching, pollinator plantings, intercropping, no till, and maintaining a very low carbon footprint. Our belief is that if we take care of the land, by using both perennials and annual plants and disturb the soil as little as possible, we will get the most nutritious food we can. We farm at Sitafal Farm to honor our cultures, our backgrounds, our histories, and all the lessons we have been passed down. This includes gender equality through farming and racial equity through access to food security. Food, culture, and equity are connected and it’s a large lesson that’s been passed down through women of color in different cultures.
Sitafal Farm’s CSA offers vegetables primarily and includes dry beans, spices, fruits, herbs and edible flowers as the season allows. A weekly share includes 10-12 items and will provide a family of 2-4 enough vegetables for a full week’s worth of cooking and eating. We also offer a bi-monthly share where folks can sign up to receive a CSA share every two weeks and will receive 10-12 items. This will be helpful especially if you are planning on traveling and expect that you won’t be able to utilize all the items on a weekly basis. We also have payment plan options where CSA share participants can choose to pay for the cost of a share upfront or pay the cost of their shares at the beginning of each month.
With the current COVID-19 situation, we will be offering CSA shares in a pre-packaged box for participants to pick up. We will have weekly newsletters emailed out where participants can choose to an extent what they would like to put in their box. We will not be able to offer a market-style CSA pick-up.
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