OUR CSA PROGRAM IS ON PAUSE FOR THE 2023 SEASON
WE PLAN TO RE-START THE CSA IN 2024 or 2025
Why is the CSA on pause this year?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is at the heart of what we do on our farm. We love growing for our friends, family, and community, and this is just a temporary pause so we can focus on our family this year (our son was born last season!) and make long-term improvements to infrastructure so we can implement new and diverse enterprises on the farm.
We will continue to grow for restaurants and local stores, just on a smaller scale this year, and will be offering our annual plant sale and some fun educational events on the farm.
We hope you will consider joining our CSA in the future. To be added to our contact list, send us a message through our CONTACT page. All previous CSA members will be contacted when we start our program back up in 2024 or 2025.
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 a short 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.