We practice sustainability at the farm. Crop rotation, use of drip irrigation and re-using the flower water each week are some of the ways we are being kind to the earth.
We have availability for this coming harvest season. 18 weeks of healthy fruits, herbs and vegetables along with a beautiful bouquet of flowers each week for $500.
We also have flower bouquet subscriptions available.
Please email Lorrie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Pick up would be on Tuesdays between 4:00 - 6:00 pm at the Farm, 8005 Portland Rd. N.E. Salem, Oregon. Our season lasts from May 29 to September 25, 2018.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
CSA Order Form – Shady Maple Farm – 2012
Shadymaplefarmcsa.blogspot.com to view information and pictures
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Lorrie’s Cell: 503-559-8725 when all else fails
Our inaugural season as a CSA
Ken Meier started Shady Maple Farm in 1960 and ran it until his passing in 2011. We hope to continue our Dad’s love of gardening and good, healthy food through our Shady Maple Farm CSA. Shady Maple Farm is still the home of a wide variety of fruit trees, berries, and perennial vegetables. The greenhouses are up and running. Our first “starts” are in place and more will be seeded. Transplanting and direct sowing will begin soon. We hope you will join us in our inaugural season and allow us to continue the Shady Maple Farm tradition: a wide variety of quality fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Each week you will receive a harvest box filled with the latest bounty from the garden.
Below is a sample of what we intend to grow and provide:
apples (crab, king, Granny Smith, red delicious)
melons (cantaloupe, honeydew, water)
black berries (Marion, Kotata, Sylvan, Siskiyous, Triple Crown, Waldo)
beans (green, purple)
beets (red, orange)
carrots (orange, yellow, purple)
corn (Golden Jubilee, Honey and Cream)
cucumbers (slicing, pickling, lemon)
greens (arugula, kale, spinach, Swiss chard)
lettuce (head, loose leaf, Romaine)
onions (cippolina, Walla Walla Sweets, red, white, yellow)
peas (snap, snow)
peppers (hot, mild, many colored bells)
squash (acorn, butternut, patty pan – yellow and white, spaghetti, delicata, yellow crookneck, zucchini)
tomatoes (small, medium, large; Heirlooms; red, orange, yellow, green, purple)
Herbs basils - green and purple, rosemary, oregano
All weekly boxes will contain the same items in roughly the same quantities as the harvest provides. Your first “harvest box” will be available on May 29th. Your last on September 25th. That’s 18 weeks of farm fresh goodness.
To join our CSA, please print off the following order form, complete, sign and mail. Thank you.
Shady Maple Farm CSA - Order Form 2012
Payment Plans: (circle one and initial)
Option 1: $450 if paid in full by May 1st;
Option 2: $475 - $160 by May 1st with $315 due by June 1st.
Option 3: $500 - $200 by May 1st with $100 due on June 1st, July 1st, and August 1st.
This, our inaugural year, will be limited to 15-20 boxes per week.
If you are interested in quantities for canning, pickling, or freezing, please contact us at the email listed above. We hope to have extra berries, pickling cucs, beans, tomatoes, peppers, grapes, apples and pears.
Our pick up location is Shady Maple Farm –
8005 Portland Road NE, Salem, Or 97305 (northwest corner of Quinaby and Portland Road).
Our weekly pick up time is Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00. We would be happy to discuss other options for pick up, just let us know.
Is email a good way to contact you? Yes, _____ If no, what works best? _________________________
: _______________________ ___________________________________________ City
By signing and returning this form you are committing to your chosen payment option and the terms and conditions of the Shady Maple Farm CSA. Your signature also commits you to accepting the liability for the well being of yourself and any others that might come on to the property of Shady Maple Farm as well as anyone who consumes the produce, also that you will not hold anyone associated with Shady Maple Farm liable in regard to this well being. You also understand that gardening involves many things outside human control such as but not limited to: weather, disease, critters. Gardening annoyances vary greatly and add challenges to that which mother nature helps us grow. We will do our best to provide you with quality, variety, and abundance in your weekly harvest box from Shady Maple Farm’s garden.
Please return this form and payment to: Lorrie Sutherland -
2482 Jory Hill Rd. S. Salem, Oregon 97306
Thank you for supporting our new endeavor.
Posted by Shady Maple Farm Lady at 5:06 PM