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Seasons in the Sun Farm is a small, family-owned farm located in Spanish Fort, Baldwin County, Alabama. We are
committed to producing and providing fresh foods, free of chemicals and preservatives, for our customers. We offer a CSA program
or Community Supported Agriculture. As a CSA Farm, we offer customers a healthy, convenient alternative to purchasing
processed food from grocery stores. Seasons in the Sun follows organic growing guidelines and grows many of our
fruits and vegetables hydroponically in greenhouses as well as field farming.
As a CSA customer, you receive weekly
baskets full of fruits and vegetables, butter, cheeses, eggs, honey, fresh baked bread, fresh cut flowers and more. Other
add-on items such as organic meats and fish can also be purchased. Several locations from Gulf Shores, AL to Gulf
Port, MS are offered for convenient weekly pickup of your basket items.
We take enormous pride in creating our products
and hope that you'll find something that you like. In addition to CSA baskets, we also can create custom orders; call or email
and let us know what you want. We look forward to having you come visit us at the farm.
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Seasons in the Sun is a Community Supported Agricultural farm. CSA farmers are dedicated to sustainable
food production. Individuals interested in supporting the local farmer would historically, offer to buy a share
of a farmer's yield. That share covered either the spring or fall growing season. The purchased share was paid up front before
planting. Most shares were for a twelve to fifteen week period and cost between $600 or $1000 depending upon the farmer. This
enabled the farmer to plan ahead, purchase his supplies,and have a guaranteed outlet for his product. Nowadays, CSA farms
don't specifically sell a share of their yield. Instead, our CSA customers receive a weekly basket filled with 6-12 types
of fruits and vegetables, enough for a family of 2 to 6 people, depending on the basket size. Other products we offer
include eggs, breads, flowers, honey and extras depending upon the week. We also have Add Ons when those things
Customers that join a CSA not only receive healthy produce, but find a meaningful
way to reunite with the land, and support the local farming community. It can also be a teaching tool for children to visit
the farm and see how their food is grown or visit with the farm animals. Our farm includes hydroponic and field farming, raised
beds gardens, as well as many farm animals and even a garden center. We love to show children around and tell them all
about what we do here. We are committed to our family and community and hope to get people involved in making healthy food
In addition to growing our fruits and vegetables hydroponically as well as field farming, we support other local,
small farmers by purchasing their products or farm-swapping. The following farms work with us in provding you with the freshest
- Country Girls Creamery....beef, cheese, butter
- Amish Butter and Cheese
Farms - peanuts
- Penny Odom - eggs
- Matts Produce - vegetables
- Sunny Slope - blackberries and blueberries
Farms - honey, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, squash, cucumbers, and more
- Suberries Farms
- Childress Farms - corn, watermelons, red potatoes, onions, sweet potatoes
- Nix Farms - corn,
red potatoes, peas
- Chilton County Peaches
- Seasons Farm Fresh - CSA Farm Swap- tropical fruits, seasonal produce
In order to provide our customers with a wide assortment of products, we also purchase organic when
necessary for produce such as grapes, carrots, mushrooms, pineapple, pears, asparagus and more
Simon Majumdar coming to Seasons in the Sun!
We are pleased to announce our Fall Farm To Table Dinner with special
guest Simon Majumdar from Food Networks Iron Chef!
The dinner will be Friday October 30. Seats for the evening dinner are
Upon arrival, guest will be treated to farm fresh hor devoures prepared by the "Farmer's Daughter" as
well as cocktails and a farm punch followed by a farm tour. After the tour, you will be taken to the dinning area and
seated at the tables for a six-course dinner prepared by Simon and three of the local chefs from our last
dinner this past spring.
Simon is working the menu out as we speak, and it will be a surprise for everyone!
will be an evening to remember. Dress is casual comfortable and NO heals please!
Registration will open
August 1st! You can keep up today with this event via our Facebook Event by clicking here!
cancellations after October 1. If you cancel before October 1, there will be a $25 fee for each seat cancelled.
These seats are on a first come, first served basis and seating is very limited as we want our guest to have a enjoyable evening
without being over crowded. If it is hot we have AC, and if it is cold, we have heaters, but if it is cold please bring
Thanks so much for your support of our farm and