THE HELP CENTER
What Would You Like to Know?
WHAT IS A CSA?
A CSA is Community Supported Agriculture, a farming system that allows the farmer to sell shares of seasonal vegetables, flowers, herbs, salad greens, and more, directly to the local community through a membership. A CSA represents a shared commitment, members share the risks and benefits of our organic farm; both the bounty and scarcity. The CSA also provides Kenockee Farms with a secure customer base and financial support for the upcoming season. Join our CSA here!
WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT THE CSA?
Every box comes with a wide variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs we grow here on the farm based on what is in season at the time. Here is a list of varieties we grew last year to give you a better understanding of what you will be receiving each week. We are currently finalizing our seed list for the year and will be sending out a detailed list as it is completed.
By purchasing a Kenockee Farms CSA subscription, you are supporting our emerging local farm and all aspects of farm operations. This includes planning and facilitating harvests to ensure you receive the best quality produce.
A Kenockee Farms CSA runs anywhere between 16-20 weeks depending on the growing conditions. Due to the risks involved with farming, your payment is non-refundable in the event of natural disasters and no specific amount of produce is guaranteed.
WHAT DO YOU GROW?
Fresh and organic produce! All our seeds come from high-quality organic non-GMO seed companies so you know exactly what you are getting. When possible, we also prefer to grow heirloom varieties native to our climate. You can see a full list of what we grow here.
Below is a list of types of items we grow on the farm:
- Cucumbers, Eggplant, & Tomatoes
- Pumpkins, Squash, & Zucchini
- Broccoli, Cabbage, & Cauliflower
- Onions, Potatoes, & Radishes
- Beans, Corn, & Peas
- Beets, Carrots, & Peppers
- Greens, Lettuce, & Spinach
- Fresh Herbs
- Seasonal Fruits
- And More!
We grow multiple varieties of each type of produce on the farm, giving you many delicious options.
IS YOUR PRODUCE CHEMICAL FREE?
Yes! All of our products are chemical free. We never spray our crops with chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or anything else.
WHAT AREAS DO YOU SUPPORT?
We make deliveries to our customers at specified pick-up locations and times. We will also be out at local farmer's markets this year which you can find on our events page.
You can also see us during the season at our farm stand in Kenockee at 8950 Lapeer Road, right next to...
In His Grace Community Church.
Shares will be delivered once a week, below is a list of the pick-up locations. Before the season begins we will send out a finalized list to our memebers explaining when and where the specific locations will be, along with the day and times. This year in 2023 the pick-up times will be on either Wednesday or Thursday early evening. Some time between 6 pm and 8:30 pm. That way, it will leave your weekends to you for any plans you have during the summer.
Meijer Parking Lot – Fort Gratiot
4775 24th Street
Fort Gratiot, MI 48059
Meijer Parking and Ride Lot – Marysville
205 S Range Rd
Marysville, MI 48040
To Be Determined
Edward Jones Parking Lot
1161 S Carney Dr
Saint Clair, MI 48079
Goodells County Park – North Lot
8231 – 8363 Lapeer Rd
Goodells, MI 48027
IS KENOCKEE FARMS AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE FARM?
Kenockee Farms has partnered with Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP) to have our farm verified as a Farmstead and Cropping System.
Verification as a Farmstead System demonstrates our investment in environmental stewardship. The Farmstead System addresses environmental risks on the entire farmstead.
Verification in the Cropping System recognizes that we have taken great strides to ensure our farm reflects a commitment to good stewardship of the land and water.