DROP LOCATIONS & TIMES
Davis Waldorf School -- 1:00pm
East Davis -- 1:00PM
Esparto -- 3:00pm
Land park -- 2:00pm
24th -- 2:30pm
HOME DELIVERY AVAILABLE
TO THE DOWNTOWN AREA AND 47th
47th and Folsom -- 3:00pm
Fair Oaks -- 3:30pm
Downtown Davis --9:00am
About our CSA
In 1993 Good Humus started a CSA with ten friends. Now our farm has 150 families that receive vegetables and fruit once a week for 48 weeks out of the year. Optional flowers and bread from Village Bakery in Davis are also available. We deliver to families in the Sacramento region, Davis and Woodland. All the Fruits and Vegetables we deliver are fresh, local and all organic. Deliveries, delivery locations and days are listed below. On the delivery day, go to your drop location any time after our delivery time and pick up your box for the week. HOME DELIVERY IS AVAILABLE at the Downtown sac and 47th drop sites.
If there is no location that is convenient for you, you can start your own drop site. All we ask is that membership at your site stays above 10 members.
If you are unable to pick up your box, please have a friend pick it up or contact us and we will donate it to RISE in Esparto and it will go to a family in need (we do not offer credits for missed boxes)
For more information, please visit our CSA frequently asked questions page.
CSA Farm Box Home Delivery - Anywhere on the Sacramento downtown grid Or in the 47th and Folsom area- call or email us for details
WHAT WE OFFER
The Veggie Box - 7 to 10 items. Mostly veggies, 1 to 2 items of fruit.
Organic, seasonal and local. $250 for 12 weekly deliveries.
The Fruit Bag - 3 to 5 items. All fruit with occasional dried fruit and nuts.
All Organic, seasonal and local. $200 for 12 weekly deliveries. We are not offering this option at this time.
Flower Bouquets - 1 bouquet of organic seasonal flowers.
$120 for 12 weekly deliveries.
Bread - Fresh, local artisan bread from Village Bakery in Davis.
$46 for 12 weekly deliveries.
A weekly glimpse of the farm through the eyes of Jeff, Annie or anyone else that would like to speak about their experiences of the farm.
What is a CSA
How Much food in a box