About the new CSA model we’re rolling out in 2024:
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is at the heart of what we do on our farm.  We love growing for our friends, family, and community.  In 2023, we took a temporary pause to focus on our family (we have a toddler at home!) and make long-term improvements to infrastructure.

In 2024, we are trying out a new model for our CSA with once-per-month Saturday pick-ups on the farm.  Our farm hiking trails will be open for CSA members during the monthly pick-up day.

By offering a once-per-month LARGE (twice as big as normal) share, we hope to offer our produce and access to the farm for our members without requiring a weekly commitment.  You can be a member of our CSA and still participate in another CSA, shop at the farmers market, or stores that carry local produce.

Cost & Share Size:
A 2024 CSA membership costs $400 and includes of 8 large monthly vegetable shares valued at $50/each. Each monthly share will include 10-15 seasonal items.

Other perks:

  • Access to hiking trails on the farm during your pick-up dates
  • Digital newsletter accompanying each monthly share with veggie descriptions, recipe ideas, and news from the farm
  • 10% discount at our Annual Plant Sale (May 4 & 5)

Pick-up Locations and Dates:
All 2024 CSA pick-ups are from 10 AM – 5 PM on SATURDAYS on the farm at 836 Shofstall Rd, Brooksville, KY, 41004

You will have the option to choose from the following pick-up dates:

  • Group 1: 5/25, 6/22, 7/20, 8/17, 9/14, 10/12, 11/9, 12/7 – SOLD OUT FOR 2024
  • Group 2: 6/8, 7/6, 8/3, 8/31, 9/28, 10/26, 11/23, 12/21 – SPOTS STILL OPEN

How to Sign Up:
We have 30 shares available and enrollment will close when all slots are filled. You most complete the two-step process below to ensure your membership:

More details about the CSA:

  • We are committed to reducing waste from packaging as much as possible – please bring your own bags (or a cooler) when you come to pick up your veggies
  • Pick-ups can occasionally be re-scheduled with advanced notice due to planned vacations
  • A household may purchase a Group 1 share and a Group 2 share if you’d like to pick up vegetables every other week

About Dark Wood Farm:
Dark Wood Farm has been owned and operated by Annie Woods since 2014. The farm is located in Northern Kentucky, within an hour drive of Cincinnati, OH.

We grow more than 60 types of vegetables and herbs on a compact 1-acre footprint.  All produce is grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides, according to natural and organic growing principles.

Annie, her partner Romain, and a small crew of friends and family seed, plant, weed, and harvest everything by hand. We improve our soil by adding compost, mineral amendments, and growing cover crops. We manage pests, plant diseases, and extreme weather by using fabric row cover, planting beneficial crops to attract insect predators, and rotating a diverse set of crops through our fields from year-to-year.