Michaela Farm is a ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg. The farm raises produce using natural farming practices in accordance with our commitment to Care of Creation. The farm has a CSA program each Summer, and it is starting now.
What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and is a great way for a community to know, personally, where its food comes from and who grows it. You have input on what is grown and how it is grown. You’ll invest a certain amount of your financial resources in the farm, and in return, receive a share of our produce, (eggs if your want them!) once a week. From farm to fork with only your kitchen in between. Interested in learning more about this set up and our farm? Click on the CSA tab at the top of this page and find the answers to all your questions on the FAQ page. The CSA is from May 14-September 24, 2019. The last day to sign up is April 26th. The picture to the left gives you a sneak preview of a fraction of the produce to come. You’re always welcome at the farm from 8:00 am to dusk. Pay us a visit and see how we raise the freshest local produce and eggs in the area!