2019 wild wellspring Farm

@farm n’ wild wellspring: 3877 n 75th st. BOULDER

JUNE 4TH - NOV 5TH 2019 BI-WEEKLY FARM SHARE

what to expect

ENJOY FRESH, NUTRITIOUS, ORGANICALLY-GROWN VEGETABLES AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP AT farm n’ wild wellspring: 3877 n 75th street, BOULDER, EVERY OTHER TUESDAY FROM 4-6 PM FOR 12 WEEKS TOTAL (SEE FULL SCHEDULE BELOW). PICK-UPS WILL BE SET UP LIKE A MARKET, AT WHICH YOU WILL PACK/ASSEMBLE YOUR SHARE, CREATING A SPACE AND OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND TIME WITH YOUR FARMER AND COMMUNITY. 

Here is what members received in 2018 to give you an idea of what to expect, the 2019 season’s offerings and varieties have also been expanded, with even more diversity in vegetables and flowers coming your way.

if you have any questions about pricing or how to determine what size share will be best for you, or any other questions/concerns feel free to e-mail me.

SLIDING SCALE PRICING

SHARE PRICES ARE AVAILABLE ON A SLIDING SCALE, WHICH IS SIMPLY A FINANCIAL CHOICE BASED ON YOUR ACCESS TO FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND DOES NOT AFFECT THE SHARE SIZE/AMOUNT — THAT IS, THE SIZE OF EACH SHARE, WHICH REFLECTS 10-15% OFF OF CURRENT RETAIL VALUES (ESSENTIALLY WHOLESALE PRICING), REMAINS THE SAME NO MATTER WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY!

SLIDING-SCALE PRICES ARE DESIGNED TO PROMOTE ACCESSIBILITY TO HEALTHY FOOD, WHILE ENSURING FAIR COMPENSATION TO THE FARM/FARMER.

Before choosing what level is suitable for you to pay please read this excellent explanation of sliding scale and economic justice from the Underground Alchemy in Albany, NY, which I found through the incredible farm Soul Fire Farm.


REGULAR Share $300-$600

feeds 1-2 adults,

or 1 vegetarian

bi-weekly for 12 pick-ups

  • $300 Low-Income ($25/bi-weekly)

  • $350 Middle-Income ($30/bi-weekly)

  • $425 Upper-Income ($35/bi-weekly)

  • $480 Support the farm/contribute towards a low-income share ($40/bi-weekly)

  • $600 Gratitude share/you absolutely LOVE farm n’ wild wellspring and truly want to support the long-term success of local small-scale agriculture (This cost reflects approximate retail values) ($50/bi-weekly)


 

FLOWER BOUQUET ADD-ON

1 bouquet bi-weekly from mid/late-June until first frost

approximately 8-10 total bouquets

  • $100 Low-Income (average $12/bouquet)

  • $125 Middle-Income (average $15/bouquet)

  • $150 Upper-Income (average $18/bouquet)

Locally grown flowers act as a true marker of time and place and add great diversity to the farm as well as healthy food to the local pollinators.

large Share $475-$900

feeds 2-4 adults,

or 1-2 vegetarians,

bi-weekly for 12 pick-ups

  • $475 Low-Income ($40/bi-weekly)

  • $575 Middle-Income ($48/bi-weekly)

  • $675 Upper-Income ($56/bi-weekly)

  • $775 Support the farm/contribute towards a low-income share ($65/bi-weekly)

  • $900 Gratitude share/you absolutely LOVE farm n’ wild wellspring and truly want to support the long-term success of local small-scale agriculture (This cost reflects approximate retail values) = ($75/bi-weekly)


 

KORBADEERE COFFEE ADD-ON

1 Lb bag bi-weekly

regular and decaf options avaialable

  • $186.35 ($15 / LB + tax)

  • this pricing reflects 15% off retail value

Korbadeere Coffee Roasters, a wife and wife team only source and roast single-origin, women produced coffee, in support of a more nurturing world.

JUNE 4, JUNE 18, JULY 2, JULY 16, JULY 30, AUGUST 13, AUGUST 27, SEPTEMBER 10, SEPTEMBER 24, OCTOBER 8, OCTOBER 22, NOVEMBER 5
 

Feast your way through the seasons

 
 
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Spring

Spring is a time for new growth and life. Expect to enjoy a great variety of leafy greens, some early cabbages, quick growing carrots and beets as well as the much anticipated garlic scapes that really kick those spring dishes up a notch. Here are a few things to expect:

  • lettuce

  • peas

  • spinach

  • kale

  • chard

  • brocolli raab

  • beet greens

  • mustard greens

  • radishes

  • arugula

  • turnips

  • garlic scapes

  • pac choy

 
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Summer

Summer is the earth's way of showing off. The days are getting longer and we are rewarded those delicious crops that love the heat and the long days. Here are just a few things to get your taste buds going:

  • cucumbers

  • tomatoes

  • summer squash

  • potatoes

  • lettuce

  • cabbage

  • fennel

  • carrots

  • beets

  • herbs

  • chard

  • garlic

  • onions

 
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Fall

Now is the time when everything is in full production and the bounty is overflowing as those larger summer fruits continue to ripen on the vine and the days start slowing and the nights are getting cooler, allowing for those leafy greens to sweeten up again. Here are a few things to expect to fill your belly and your pantry:

  • winter squash

  • peppers

  • tomatoes

  • lettuce

  • kale

  • turnips

  • radish

  • potatoes

  • sweet potatoes

  • onions

  • garlic

  • escarole / radicchio

  • cabbage

  • ginger and turmeric

  • and so much more