CSA spots are full for 2022. If you would like to be put on the mailing list to get info for a 2023 CSA share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home Delivery available for 2022! Click here for more info.
About Our CSA
Upbeet Produce is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) vegetable farm. CSA is where you partner with our farm by purchasing a share in the farm and thus becoming a member. You then receive a weekly box of vegetables, at a bulk discount, for 22 weeks from June 8 – Nov 2 for the 2022 season. Produce in each week's share varies depending on what is in season. We offer a variety of share options to choose from:
-Every Other Week (EOW) Single Share - feeds 1-2 people. One share delivered every other week for 22 weeks.
-Weekly Single Share - feeds 2-3 people. One share delivered weekly for 22 weeks.
-Every Other Week (EOW) Double Share - feeds 2-3 people. Two shares delivered every other week for 22 weeks.
-Weekly Double Share - feeds 4-6 people. Two shares delivered weekly for 22 weeks.
Shares will be available for pick-up Wednesdays, 3:00pm – 7:00pm (Bodacious Brew pick-up is 3:00pm - 6:00pm).
We offer three pick-up sites to choose from:
-Basics Cooperative, 1711 Lodge Dr, Janesville, WI 53545
-The Bodacious Brew, 119 N Main St, Janesville, WI 53545
-Upbeet Produce Farm, 9702 W County Rd M, Edgerton, WI 53534
Customize Your Share option
Choose the veggies you would like in each of your CSA shares! On the Thursday prior to picking up your CSA share you will receive an email with a list of available veggies. You will then select the veggies you would like, submit the form, and that is what will be in that upcoming share!
We grow over 40 different vegetables, with multiple varieties of some vegetables – including some heirlooms. All of our produce is certified organic and non-GMO. When it comes to food, we believe it's important what you are eating and how you feel after a meal. Our farm provides you local, fresh, pristine, healthy produce.
Click here to read testimonials from members.
We want our members to feel like they are truly a part of the farm! Each week’s share contains a newsletter with recipes, veggie identification, and farm updates. Members have the option to receive a list of what items will be in their shares a few days prior to picking it up. Members, along with their friends and family, are welcome to come out to the farm anytime by appointment. We will be having three farm events in 2022 for our members: Get to Know You Gathering, You Pick Day (come pick free tomatoes, cucumbers, and herbs!), and Fall Harvest Dinner (food provided by us!). About 1/3 of the way into the season, I (Jesse) will be spending time at the Basic’s Cooperative CSA pick-up site to be available to chat with members. I will be doing this to help ensure the 2022 season is off to a good start by getting feedback. However, throughout the entire season, members are encouraged to give feedback.
All work share spots have been filled for 2022. If you would still like a CSA share, you can pay for it via credit card, PayPal, check, or phone order (608-214-8346)
□ Every Other Week Single Share
□ Every Other Week Single Share with Customize Your Share option
□ Weekly Single Share
□ Weekly Single Share with Customize Your Share option
□ Every Other Week Double Share
□ Every Other Week Double Share with Customize Your Share option
□ Weekly Double Share
□ Weekly Double Share with Customize Your Share option
Payment plans available upon request.
You are paying the full price of a share up front, but when you break it down you are receiving a bulk discount on local, fresh, organic produce. With the weekly single share, you are paying $22.68/week (Share price of $499 divided by 22 weeks of produce) for enough produce to feed 2-3 people for 22 weeks. Also, don’t forget about the pick-up locations, newsletters, and farm events included!
Benefits of being a CSA member:
Receive fresh, local produce at a bulk discount
Support and partner with your local farmer
Participate in farm events throughout the growing season
Receive weekly newsletters with recipes, tips, and farm updates
Help financial stability of farmer for buying needed supplies before growing season starts as CSA shares are purchased pre-season
Promote sustainability in agriculture and the community
Basil, beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, celery, cauliflower, cilantro, cucumbers, dill, eggplant, fennel, garlic, greens, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, onions, parsley, peas, peppers, potatoes, radishes, spinach, squash (summer & winter), Swiss chard, tomatoes (cherry too), & more!