FAQS

Q: Do you grow all the produce that we receive in our shares?
A: Yes, all is grown at Seeds to Greens.
Q: Can I bring my dog to the farm?
A: Although Dick loves all animals, especially dogs, our insurance company does not. Therefore pets are not allowed.
Q: What is the refund policy, should extenuating circumstances require me to withdraw from the program?
A: We grow our crops keeping the number of customers in mind. When you become a member, you are committing to a share of the harvest. It is your responsibility to arrange to find someone else to take on your membership. However if this is not possible, we will deduct the cost of any weeks of produce already received and refund the remainder of your share.
Q: We will be away on holidays for 2 weeks. What happens to our vegetables?
A: You can have a friend or neighbor pick up your shares during this time. If you can't find anyone to do so, just notify us and your produce will be donated to a community agency, such as the Food Bank.
Q: We have never eaten Swiss Chard? Can we change it for another vegetable?
A: At Seeds to Greens all members get the same share of produce every week, keeping the CSA economical.

Why not try the Swiss Chard & Creamy Pasta or Swiss Chard Salad Morocco found in the recipe section of our website. We think your family will enjoy these.
Q: What is the Mini Market?
A: The Mini Market is an opportunity, for non-CSA members and members alike, to purchase additional produce as well as other food items from our local produce partners. Additional vegetables will be available in bulk on Stock Up on Keepers Nights, to preserve and enjoy. Watch for the "Mini Market' next to our Seeds to Greens trailer at all our delivery locations.
Q: Do you have volunteer opportunities?
A: Yes! We're always looking for help. We're delighted, and greatly appreciative of volunteers that generously donate their time and ideas. During the season we will let you know the many opportunities there will be in becoming involved as a Seeds to Greens volunteer. We and our staff work side by side with volunteers and get to know them and also feel it's an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operation is really all about. If you're interested, we would love to have you join us!

"Our produce is fresh and full of vitamins and other nutrients"