The Farmstant at Koiner Farm is open every Thursday, 5:00pm-7:00pm, from mid-April to mid-November! 

SHOP KOINER FARM

Start living the locavore lifestyle by joining the Buyers Club at Koiner Farm! Most of our customers live within walking distance of Koiner Farm and enjoy strolling up to the farm stand on Thursday evenings for their weekly farm-fresh produce.

To become a Buyers Club member, send an email to hannah@ckcfarming.org, or simply stop by the Farm on Thursday evenings, 5pm-7pm, April-November. Buyers Club members receive regular updates on what's available at the farm and all produce is picked at the height of freshness. 

KOINER FARM PRODUCE

SPRING

"Roots and greens"

Herbs ($2/bunch)

Beets ($4/bunch)

Carrots ($4/bunch)

Collards ($4/bunch)

Flowers ($5/bunch)

Spring onions ($4/bunch)

Kale ($4/bunch)

Lettuce ($3/bunch)

Misc. greens ($4/bunch)

      (suiho and mache)

Radishes ($3/bunch)

Turnips ($3/bunch)

*Note: overwintered greens have a very different taste than fall greens, due higher sugar concentrations

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SUMMER

"Fruits, beans, squash and the holy trinity of summer: peppers, tomatoes and eggplants"

Beans ($4/quart)

Beets ($3/bunch)

Berries ($4/pint)

      (strawberries, sour cherries, mulberries)

Carrots ($4/bunch)

Cucumbers ($2/each)

Eggplants ($3/pound)

Figs ($4/quart)

Garlic ($2/bunch)

Herbs ($2/bunch)

Misc. greens ($4/bunch)

      (arugula, swiss chard, mizzuna, mustard)

Okra ($4/quart)

Peppers ($3/pound)

Radishes ($3/bunch)

Tomatoes ($3/pound)

Summer squash ($3/pound)

Winter squash ($3/pound)

FALL

"Fruits, roots and greens"

Beans ($4/quart)

Carrots ($4/bunch)

Collards ($4/bunch)

Eggplants ($3/pound)

Herbs ($2/bunch)

Flowers ($5/bunch)

Kale ($4/bunch)

Kiwi ($4/pint)

Misc. greens ($4/bunch)

      (mustard, mizuna, chard, mache, suiho)

Pawpaws ($1/each)

Persimmons ($1/each)

Radish ($3/bunch)

Spring onions ($4/bunch)

Turnips ($3/bunch)

Winter squash ($3/pound)

*Note: winter squash grows during the summer, but it has tougher skin than summer squash and therefore it stores well and was traditionally kept in root cellars to be consumed all winter long.

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