MONDAYS: Winter Moon Roots Farm Roots-and-Tacos Value Share
To be completely honest, you’ve never had a carrot until you’ve had a Michael Docter carrot. This guy is the godfather of winter produce in our region, I honestly don’t know anyone quite like him. His hands are rough, his heart is 100% in it for the right reasons. We buy Michael’s colorful roots for nearly all of our wintertime sandwiches at Clover, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring this super-popular farmshare straight to you for the 5th winter in a row.
Delivery day: MONDAYS!
Winter Moon’s goal is to get folks the tastiest winter roots with the minimal carbon footprint possible. Our storage system relies on using cold night-time temperatures to cool the crop instead of energy intensive refrigeration.
Each year, we deliver by bicycle between 25,000-30,000 lbs of roots (the roots that go to Boston arrive by truck!)
Winter Moon Roots-and-Tacos Value Share
Affordable, Local and Organic food all winter long!
Eat low on the food chain, save money and save the planet!
Cooking with our roots, fresh baked tortillas and Baer’s beans, you will be eating scrumptious food that is low on the food chain.
What is an example of an average share?
it would cost $248.50 to buy the same produce at the Farmer’s Market vs the share price of $152.
5 LB Winter Moon Roots’ Famous Carrots*
1 LB Red Beets*
.5 LB Gold Beet*
1 LB Hakurei Turnip*
.5 LB Watermelon Radish*
2 LB Gold Potatoes*
1 Dozen Mi Tierra Tortillas*
1 LB Baer’s Beans (sustainably grown, varietal will change each pickup)
If you were to buy these exact same products at the winter farmer’s market it would cost $248.50. Or put another way, the Winter Moon CSA costs about $10/week for a steady supply of delicious, organic produce all winter long.
What is your favorite winter item? What do you like to cook with?
“Carrots and Macomber Rutabaga sauteed with butter and thyme are my definite favorite winter dish!”
Michael Docter, Farmer, Winter Moon Roots
Starting at 3pm until close of business
Please note that we cannot hold Farm Shares overnight past the scheduled pickup date due to health department regulations. If you cannot make one of the pickup dates, you should ask someone to pick up the delivery on your behalf, or contact the farmer asking them to skip your delivery for that week asking if they can drop off two CSAs on the following delivery date.
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CloverBUR, CloverDTX, CloverFIN, CloverHFI, CloverHSQ, CloverHUB, CloverKND, CloverLMA