Today June 22 will be the last day for Strawberry u-pick at HoneyBee U-pick, but we will be open all day today for any of you who would like one last chance to get strawberries between 8 AM and 7 PM today.  The late varieties of strawberries are still ripe and ready but picking is slowing down, since there are less and less green berries to ripen. The berry patch has continued to provide a bounty of ripe berries and interested strawberry pickers visited daily last week and were still pretty successful with buckets of picking, but it took longer to pick than a few weeks ago!  The berries are also smaller at this time in the season, but they are packed with that optimum sweetness! 

We will be closed on Sunday, June 23, and throughout the weekdays in July except we will continue to be open on Saturday mornings from 8 AM to 12 PM, and we will be open more often again when we announce that the raspberry season has begun sometime in August. We will always try to have some pre-picked berries available as much as we can on our produce stand on Saturdays.  Our fall raspberries will start around the end of August and into September. Our farm stand with free range eggs and fresh produce will continue to be open on Saturdays from 8 AM – 12 PM until the end of October.

Our SUMMER CSA registration is still OPEN for prorated shares June through September of 2024!  Please feel free to go to our page under “CSA Info” to learn more details or go directly to the green button above and SIGN UP!  Thank you for your interest and hope to see you in 2024!

Our weekly CSA the Immune Booster is on hold for the duration of the Summer CSA.  We are offering the Tantre Farm Produce box in its place as an option to opt in to one week at a time of the Summer CSA produce. New registration begins every Monday and ends on Wednesdays at midnight.  Pick up is from 9 AM to 12 PM every Saturday at the Washtenaw Food Hub in Ann Arbor or The Chelsea Farmers Market in Chelsea. Sign up with the green button up above.

 For more details about our other CSA programs, please go to the CSA Info tab.

Tantré Farm started its very first crops of potatoes, winter squash, and garlic in 1993 on a 40-acre parcel. Since then our farm has grown to include about 80 to 100 varieties of vegetables, mushrooms,  and a small variety of herbs and flowers.  Our fruit crops include strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, pears, melons, and more depending on the fruit weather. In addition to that, we have a dog, some cats, a small flock of egg-laying chickens and ducks, a few pigs, and a small herd of cows.  Now our farmland has grown to about 115 acres of wetland, woods, and sand-loam fields in the area.

We sell our produce through CSA shares, at various local stores, restaurants, and also at the Ann Arbor and Chelsea Farmers Markets.

Richard and Deb, along with their daughter, Ariana, live on-site year round. Seasonal workers or interns join them for various parts of the year, living and working together

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