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Eat Your View

The Importance of Local Farming


Produce from your local grocery store chain (whether it is organic or conventional) travels on average 1500 miles from the farm to get to you.

The food we find all too common around us is genetically modified for value rather than taste, and ripens on a truck rather than on its vine; thus losing nutritional value and feeding into a system that is unsustainable.  Creekside Farm operates a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program that allows members of the community to share in the bounty of the harvest.

To learn more, visit www,creeksideCSA,com

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Building Community around food.

People want to connect to nature and to a more traditional lifestyle that goes back hundreds of years, back to a simpler time when people knew their neighbors, and knew their local farmers and where their food came from.

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The CSA Share


Shares of the farm's various harvests are available through a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program.


Shares are distributed every week from the Education Center when the produce is in its season for harvesting.

Learn More about the CSA Here.

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Types of Shares


At Creekside Farm, we grow over 100 different varieties of vegetables, farm animals, and many varieties of flowers.

We offer 3 different types of shares available for membership:

  • Standard CSA Share (Produce)​

  • Egg Share

  • Flower Share

For more information about each share, click below

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Join Us As Stewards Of The Land And A Life Well-Lived.

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