We are offering an Extended Fall CSA Share for $140 for 4 weeks after the Summer Share is over . This will begin the week of Sept. 27-Oct. 3 and the last distribution will be the week of Oct. 18-Oct. 24. Our Fall Share will give you an opportunity to receive many varieties of fall produce from Tantre Farm. In order to receive all 4 shares, please register online anytime before Sept. 26. Please let us know if there are any questions.
“EXTENDED FALL CSA SHARE” registration is now CLOSED for 2020.
You will find more specific information listed below:
EXTENDED FALL CSA SHARE: Each week we will try to have 8-12 items, which may include a variety of Cooking Greens (kale, collards, spinach), Salad Greens (lettuce, spicy greens mix, arugula), Brassicas (cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts), Roots (potatoes, turnips, carrots, radishes, beets), Fruiting Veggies (tomatoes, peppers, winter squash, pie pumpkins, mushrooms), Alliums (garlic, onions) and celery. You will receive a weekly newsletter by email at the beginning of each week describing your share items, cooking and storage tips, important dates, helpful hints, recipes, and feature articles from the farmers. Sometimes we also are able to offer a Fall cooking or preserving class for our Fall members.
Once again we are offering online registrations, so please refer to the following payment options.
1. Credit card payments (online transaction, so you pay a small 3% fee)–If you are splitting a share, please make only one credit card payment.
2. Check payments (no online fee)– If you would like to use a check, you will receive a Confirmation/Invoice email after registering. Then you can send a check (or checks, if you are splitting a share) written out to “Tantre Farm” to our mailing address for the balance due listed on the invoice. IF YOU ARE SPLITTING A SHARE, PLEASE INCLUDE BOTH CHECKS IN THE SAME ENVELOPE.
What Do I Do When I Pick Up My Share? When Do I Pick Up My Share?
At each of the Distribution Sites, there will be a Tantré Farm worker or a white board to remind you of Pick-Up procedures, a clipboard with a Pickup List to be checked off, and a paper newsletter, if needed. Please note that MOVE Fitness Studio in Ann Arbor is NOT a distribution site for the Extended Fall CSA. Here is a general overview of Distribution Days, Times, and Locations:
*Ann Arbor Farmers´ Market (LOCATION–315 Detroit Street, Ann Arbor)
We will try to be in the same location every week at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market (www.a2farmersmarket.org), but are not always able. There is a map on the outside wall of the market office, where our stall is listed. Please always look for the large, canvas Tantré Farm sign as you walk around the market. Then follow instructions on the white board, and especially remember to check off contact person’s name and take a newsletter, if you need it. It can get very crowded at the market, so for those of you who split shares, it might work better if you split your share at one of your houses, instead of at the stall where a lot of people are coming and going.
Advantages for pick up at Ann Arbor Farmers Market: You can buy extra items from our stall and other vendors’ stalls and enjoy exploring the variety of Kerrytown stores and restaurants in downtown Ann Arbor.
DISTRIBUTION at Ann Arbor Farmers Market: Wed. 7 AM until Noon
*Community High School (LOCATION–401 N. Division St., Ann Arbor)
Some Saturday CSA members will be picking up their shares across the street from the Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market on the east side of 5th Ave. on the back side of the High School building. You can look for a sign that reads “Tantre Farm” and follow instructions on the white board. Please check off the contact person’s name and take a newsletter if you need it. There also will usually be someone available at the distribution site to help you. You can still find our Tantre Farm market stall somewhere at the Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market, especially if you need to purchase extra produce or have specific questions.
Advantages for pick up at Community High: You are right across the street from the farmers market and can buy extra items from our stall and other vendor’s stalls and enjoy exploring the variety of Kerrytown stores and restaurants in downtown Ann Arbor.
DISTRIBUTION at Community High: Sat. 7 AM until Noon
*Tantré Farm (LOCATION–2510 Hayes Rd., Chelsea)
Please park on the North side of Hayes Road or in the driveway for those who are physically challenged. Go behind Main House to the “Distribution Shed” in the backyard. Please remember to check off contact person´s name and take a newsletter from the check-in table. Follow the instructions on the white boards inside. Get share box from walk-in cooler and choose the rest of the listed “share add-ons” that are bulk items inside and outside of Distribution Shed. Also, please feel free to ask a farm worker (in the herb garden or U-pick Flower Garden) or knock on house door, if you have any questions.
Advantages for pick up at the farm: Walking paths around the fields, visiting the animals, playing, exploring, and picnicking, free u-pick flower bouquets, u-pick opportunities for other produce, extra produce in Grab Box, free-range eggs, and sometimes honey or other extra items for sale.
DISTRIBUTION for Farm: Wed. 10 AM-7 PM, Fri. 2 PM-7 PM
*Washtenaw Food Hub (LOCATION–4175 Whitmore Lake Rd., Ann Arbor)
This location is about 8 minutes directly north of downtown Ann Arbor. There are many buildings at this site, so look for the one that has the “sun window” on the building. Distribution is right on the front porch with shares in a reach-in cooler. Please check off your name on the clipboard, follow the instructions on the white board, and take a newsletter, if needed. There will usually be someone there to help you, if you have any questions.
Advantages for pick up at the Hub: plenty of free parking, picnicking areas, and food artisan/farm market items for sale in the near future.
DISTRIBUTION for Hub: Wed. 6 -8 PM and Sat. 9 AM – Noon.
*Pure Pastures (LOCATION–1192 Ann Arbor ROAD, Plymouth)
Pure Pastures (www.purepasturesmi.com) is a specialty grocery store offering grass-fed meat, eggs, dairy products, and organic, gluten-free, nonGMO products. Shares may be outside on the north side of the building, unless it gets too cold, and then they will be brought inside to the cooler. This will be a “self-serve” pickup spot, so please check off your name on the clipboard, follow the instructions on the white board, and take a paper newsletter if needed. Pure Pastures staff can answer limited questions. They are not responsible for shares left unclaimed, unless prior arrangements have been made.
Advantages for pick up at Pure Pastures: You have a wider range of pick up time. There are opportunities for extra purchases from “a healthy alternative to the big chain supermarkets”.
DISTRIBUTION at Pure Pastures: Wed. 10 AM until 7 PM
*Argus Farm Stop-Packard (LOCATION-1200 Packard, Ann Arbor)
Argus (www.argusfarmstop.com) is a year-round, every day farmers market featuring over 100 local producers in all categories including produce, meat, eggs, dairy. Every purchase you make supports local farms and producers! They also have a cafe for delicious coffee and baked goods. Shares will be inside building in the back room. Simply ask a friendly Argus staff member and they will show you where your box is. Then you can check your name on the clipboard, and take a newsletter if needed. Argus staff can answer limited questions. There is no refrigeration, so please pick shares up promptly to enjoy your produce at its freshest! Argus is not responsible for shares left unclaimed, so shares left there after noon will be donated or brought back to the farm, unless prior arrangements have been made.
Advantages for pick up at ARGUS: You have a wider range of pick up time. You have opportunities to additionally purchase a wide array local products to complete your local shopping experience. As well, there’s a great cafe and seasonal pop-up brunches are offered sometimes during drop off times.
DISTRIBUTION at Argus-Packard: Sat. 10 AM until 6 PM.
seasonal pop-up brunches are offered sometimes during drop off times.
DISTRIBUTION at Argus-Packard: Sat. 10 AM until 6 PM.
RoosRoast Coffee-Rosewood (LOCATION-1155 Rosewood St, Ann Arbor)
RoosRoast Coffee (https://www.roosroast.com) is a year-round, funky coffee shop in Ann Arbor creating an atmosphere among employees and customers centered on quality coffee. It comes in from all over the world, and John Roos roasts it in a back shop where he’s also putting together orders, making silkscreen art for coffee bags and embracing a “let’s give it a try” philosophy. Shares will be outside the building on the front Rosewood Lawn by the mail box. Pull up to the curb and please stay in your car until a volunteer checks you off. You may unpack your box into your own carry containers or you may return the box the following week. Please ask for help if you need help loading your vehicle. Please wear a mask and gloves, as we will be. RoosRoast is not responsible for shares left unclaimed, so please contact Deb at 734-385-6748, if alternate last minute pick up arrangements need to be made.
Advantages for pick up at ROOSROAST: You have opportunities to additionally purchase a wide array of coffee and tea products to complete your local shopping experience. As well, there’s great people and good vibes!
DISTRIBUTION at RoosRoast : Sat. 9 AM until 11 AM (Volunteer will check members off.)
*Chelsea Farmers’ Market (LOCATION: The Palmer Commons on Main St. next to the old Palmer Auto lot on the west side of M-52)
At the Chelsea Farmers Market (www.chelseafarmersmkt.org) just look for the Tantré Farm sign. Introduce yourself to us at the market stall, and you will be helped. Please remember to check off your name on the Pick up List.
Advantages for pick up at Chelsea Farmers Market: You can buy extra items from our stall and other vendors’ stalls along with enjoying local live musicians, food demos, vendor basket giveaways, and other market events.
DISTRIBUTION at Chelsea: Sat. 8 AM until Noon. (Staff to check members off from 8 AM – 12 PM–Just ask for help, if needed.)
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