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
CSA OFFER December $55/each
Christmas: December deliveries will be on Wednesday, Dec. 18 and farm pick up will be
on Friday, Dec. 20.
Includes: Bouquet of
fresh flowers, Corn, tomatoes, yellow squash, zucchini, sweet potatoes, new red potatoes, onions, celery,
broccoli, fresh shelled peas, green bell peppers, jumbo fresh organic carrots, organic grapes, fresh baked bread, local creamery cheese and Amish butter.
Follow us on Facebook to see when
the deliveries are made and to keep up with new specials! (www.facebook.com/SeasonsinthesunFarms)
SPECIAL CSA OFFER Valentine's Day $50
Baking potatoes, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Hydroponic lettuce, Jumbo carrots,
Cucumbers, Grapes, Lemons, Bread, Eggs, Cheese, Butter, Fresh bouquet of flowers, Soy candle, Homemade soap, Organic Lip balm,
Homemade chocolate zucchini cake with a chocolate heart on top.
For $15 more, you can add a dozen chocolate covered strawberries!
We have the right to substitute different vegetables/fruits if anything listed above
for any special is not available.
Farm to Table Dinner
Next dinner is November 16, 2013 from 4pm to 6:30pm.
Space is limited. Submit your Event Form to reserve your seat. The form can be found on the events web page. $115
Per Person or $200 per couple. 6 course meal with wine paired with each course at no additional charge. Tour upon arrival
with drinks and finger foods
There will be a silent auction at the Farm to Table dinner.
avocado with assorted hydroponic lettuce, fresh goat cheese, and our own poppyseed dressing.
squash with country fried bacon.
Appetizer: Corn fritters, Acorn squash with wild rice, Gouda and cream cheese grits, Mini chicken
Bread: An assortment of fresh baked homemade breads with our very own amish "infused" butters.
Beef kabobs with fresh vegetables served over our own wild rice.
Dessert: It's a surprise, but there will be several
so you’re bound to find one you like best!
Wine paired with each course.
Refreshments upon arrival as you tour the farm and hydroponics.
Kid Farm to Table Dinner
dinner is November 9, 2013 from 4pm to 6:30pm.
Space is limited. Submit your Event Form
to reserve your seat. The form can be found on the events web page. $115 per child includes parents evening
here as well. If you have more than 1 child, cost is $100 per child
and this still includes parents.
There will be a silent auction at the Kids' Farm to Table
Kids' Community Gardens
Coming this Spring!
Space is limited.
We supply everything, but the kids do all
the work and reap all the rewards of the harvest! Please fill out the form under our form page. The fee per child Is $25. They will come once or twice a week (depending on how many sign
up) and will plant, till, ferterlize, and harvest. Once they have started harvesting, we will have either one canning class
or one baking class with them to show them what can be done with their bounty! Space is limited, so sign up soon!