Eating locally produced, sustainably produced vegetables in a climate like Wisconsin’s can be a challenge. Thankfully there are many yummy, healthy vegetables that can be stored in the colder months, as well as a variety of greens we can produce in our hoop house even after it has become cold outside. Through a winter share, you can keep local vegetables on your table through December.
Winter shares will include a mixture of some greens, like spinach, bok choi and lettuce, and a generous amount of storage-able items including: carrots, brussel sprouts, potatoes, winter squash, beets, sweet potatoes, cabbage, onions, garlic, parsnips, celeriac, and rutabaga.
These share boxes are larger than summer boxes, and are valued at about $60 each.
REGULAR – A regular share includes 4 boxes total, delivered biweekly: two boxes in November and two in December. The 2013 share cost is $230.
EVERYOTHER – An everyother share includes two boxes total; one box in November and another in December. The 2012 share cost is $125.
Click here for pick-up sites and days for Winter shares.
Click here for a 2013 registration form.