How does our Winter Solstice CSA work?

Our Winter Solstice Share will give you an opportunity to celebrate the shortest day and the longest night of the year with plenty of nutritional, flavorful sustenance for only $110. Online registrations need to be finalized by Dec. 18, so we have time to harvest and organize your shares in time for the Solstice CSA Distribution Day on Saturday, December 21. You will have 5 Pick Up options: Washtenaw Food Hub (4175 Whitmore Lake Rd., Ann Arbor) from 9 AM – 12 PM, Tantre Farm (2510 Hayes Rd., Chelsea) from 2 – 5 PM, Argus Farm Stop (1200 Packard, Ann Arbor) from 8 AM -5 PM, Agricole Farm Stop (118 N. Main St., Chelsea) from 9 AM – 12 PM, Pure Pastures (1192 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth) from 10 AM – 5 PM.

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 in addition to the $110)–If you are splitting a share, please make only one credit card payment.
2. Check payments FOR $110 (no online fee)– If you would like to use a check, you will receive an invoice response in your email after registering. Within a few days of registration, please 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.

You will find more specific information listed below:

This share honors the celebration of the shortest day and longest night of the year and the beginning of the countdown for summer! We are offering the best from our root cellar for roasting, salads, and soups, including carrots (purple, red, and orange), potatoes (pink, yellow, red, and fingerlings), Daikon radishes (purple, white), watermelon radishes, celeriac, beets, kohlrabi, several kinds of winter squash, garlic, onions (yellow, red), kale, and Brussels sprouts. As a special addition, we are collaborating with other local food artisans and farmers to round out the share with a bag of tender, pea or sunflower shoots from Garden Works Organic Farm, a loaf of sourdough artisan bread from Raterman Bread, a jar of tasty lacto-fermented sauerkraut from The Brinery (, a maple walnut squash pie from Harvest Kitchen (, and dried heirloom beans from NOKA Homestead. The Solstice Share is an idea that has sprung forth as we head toward these shorter days and longer nights of the year. This is our way of celebrating the true end of the year’s harvest. This is a share that will sustain your winter hunger and cleanse the indulgent palette!

“SOLSTICE CSA SHARE” registration is now CLOSED.

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