Welcome to Earth Spring Farm!
2015 CSA Memberships NOW AVAILABLE! (20 weeks from June-October)
Positions available here at ESF for 2015:
- Looking for a positive, healthy and dependable farm workers...team players who work well in groups and are problem solvers.
- Duties may include greenhouse seeding, planting in the fields, weeding, picking, washing produce and packing CSA boxes, working stand at Farmer's Markets.
- Tractor experience not essential but you will be trained on driving one when you get here.
Driver for CSA Deliveries in DC:
- Wednesdays and Thursdays, 12 hours/day
- Mid-June thru mid-October
- Must have: Delivery experience, clean driver's license, experience driving a box truck, know how to drive Manual transmission, clean appearance and organized, non smoker, excellent people skills
- 6 hours/week in exchange for CSA share and fruit share
- See more information here... Work Shares
Please call Farmer Mike at 717-805-7778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to express interest in one of these positions. Thank you!
Earth Spring Farm CSA Drop Points
The greater Harrisburg area in PA (Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, Harrisburg, Hummelstown, Dillsburg) and The Washington DC area (Riverdale, Mt. Rainier, Takoma Park, College Park, Silver Spring, Arlington, Alexandria, Petworth, Columbia Heights, Capitol Hill, Mt. Pleasant, Crestwood, Bloomingdale, Eckington, Palisades, Cleveland Park). If you don’t see your area listed please contact us and we can talk about delivery. We are taking on new towns as we meet demand.
Food for Thought...
"My Organic Life" by Nora Poullion
CLICK HERE to listen to her interview on the Diane Rehm show from 4/21/15!
Small vs. large: Which size farm is better for the planet?
CLICK HERE to view this article from the Washington Post.
New to CSA farms?
Have questions about how our CSA works?
Please check out our FAQs page!
Hello friends! This email was sent to Farmer Mike earlier this week. It is about a Frontline documentary entitled "The Trouble with Chicken" where they investigate the spread of dangero
Come to the farm to see where your food is grown! Tour begins promptly at 11am. Wear sturdy shoes that can get dirty and dress appropriately... rain or shine!
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