Announcing all the details for next year’s CSA (and how to renew your membership)!
So what are ALL the details?
When does the early bird offer/sign-up officially open?
The deals are up for 2022- pricing will increase January 1st, 2022
You’ll sign up at this link.
The Vegetable Share — details: no major changes
For the year- 30 weekly boxes of veggies
• Access to the Facebook group community and all its awesome-ness.
• Weekly Recipes each week
• Access to our farm events, contests, and challenges so you can keep sharpening your
foodie skills and having fun!
2022 Early Bird Membership Prices:
• Senior Share cost: Early Bird Price: $540
• Average Share cost: Early Bird Price:
Home delivery is available currently a $5 fee per drop.
KEEP IN MIND- We have very limited spots available for 2022.
CSA Pick-Up Site Times: all pick up sites are listed on the website along with home delivery.
How to Get the Early Bird Discounts- Sign up Now- Prices will increase 2022.
RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP for 2021 prices is Right NOW!!!
You are NOT automatically re enrolled each season nor is your credit/ debit card/ PayPal information stored or charged.
|• Senior Share- Recommended for a family of 1-2 people that cooks about 2 times a week or 1 person that juices every so often. It is $18 a week. • Average Share- The Average Share is recommended for a family of 2-4 people that cooks about 3 times a week or 1-2 people that juice on a regular basis. It is $25 a week and is our most popular size. Pick Up Locations or Home Delivery Options Available. |
Payment Options • You can purchase via credit card, debit card on our website www.luckettfarms.com/join • If you prefer to pay by venmo, cash, or check, please text or email me 225-939-2998, Kluckettfarms@gmail.com How to Sign Up for a 2022 CSA Share Visit our website at www.luckettfarms.com/joinPrior to your first pick up, we’ll email you with logistical details and other important info. Once the season starts, we’ll send out emails to remind you to pick up your weekly share of veggies, along with yummy recipes, storage tips, and more. Questions?Please email us at Kluckettfarms@gmail.com or text me at 225-939-2998 with any questions!
My favorite thing about CSA bags/boxes are the fact that I don’t have to shop around or make a list. I hate getting out and grocery shopping especially during this “covid” time. Looking at the produce section in the grocery store makes my heart sink, as I face all the choices I have to make. Honestly, the grocery story selection has been kind of bare recently. I end up buying the same simple items and as a result my meals lack variety. I love the bag of surprises from Luckett Farms. – Beth CSA Member Since 2015
|Thank you for supporting our local farm the last 10 + year! |
In these uncertain times, we understand that You want to know that you will have food on the table, where it is coming from and that you are doing as much as you can to keep your family healthy. We appreciate your local commitment to us. Community-supported agriculture farms consist of three main aspects: 1 An emphasis on local produce 2 Community members purchasing a share of the upcoming season’s harvest or subscriptions sold prior to season 3 Weekly deliveries to of the subscribers share.
The benefits to the subscribers or members is multi-fold: 1 Members are guaranteed access to locally grown produce. 2 Members get some of the best quality & tasting vegetables they can find. 3 Members are directly supporting a farmer and his family. 4 Members know the person that grew their food and how it was grown 5 Generally CSAs pride themselves on growing foods without harmful chemicals or genetically modified organisms (GMOs) 6 They help to preserve a way of life by keeping local farms in business. 7 Promoting and directly benefiting regional food security and the safety locally grown vegetables. Members need to keep in mind that CSAs are local and with that there are limitations. Unlike grocery stores with vegetables grown in unknown ways and shipped in from far off places, the CSAs are dependent on the farmer to grow what he can in his region and season. Much like a home garden you plant what will grow in your area for that season. Generally speaking, the summer you get summertime produce like tomatoes, beans, lettuce, corn, summer squash etc. and in the winter, members will receive winter squash, greens, root vegetables etc.
Your taste buds will not be disappointed.
With your help, we are excited to continue this program and provide fresh veggies to Baton Rouge and surrounding area. We Love feedback from our customers. If you have any questions, then please email me. Thanks for helping us “grow”.
Derek & Kacie