by Navy Yard
December 27, 2022
We are excited to announce the Navy Yard will be a new pick-up location this upcoming spring for a Philadelphia-based community supported agriculture (CSA) program called FarmerJawn.
What is a CSA?
CSAs help local farmers prepare for the season ahead and with your share dollars, they can buy seeds, supplies, plan labor, and purchase equipment to grow all the food in the upcoming season. If you’re thinking about joining the CSA, you are making a powerful decision to support your community economics, your local farmer, and to provide organic nourishment to the mind, body, and soul of you and your loved ones!
Who is FarmerJawn?
FarmerJawn is a local agriculture company that follows regenerative farming practices that concentrate on soil health and increasing access to organic food to marginalized communities. The company has made a commitment to supporting sustainable farming practices in and around the Philadelphia region.
PIDC and FarmerJawn share a goal that highlights and supports local, small businesses, and FarmerJawn helps to support local businesses that take pride in producing organic and/or natural products for your lifestyle, body, and home.
FarmerJawn CSA Program Details
The 2023 CSA share season is scheduled to run from Sunday, April 16 to Sunday, July 2, 2023, with a variety of subscription options.
Each share consists of 8-10 weekly items including various organic vegetables, fruits, herbs, tea, honey, recipes and will feature an all-natural food, home, or body product from a local maker throughout the season.
FarmerJawns’ 2023 CSA options are detailed below:
- Home-based CSA
- Feeds up to 4 people
- $400 Full CSA – 12 weekly pick-ups
- $200 Half CSA – 6 bi-weekly pick-ups
- Office-based CSA*
- 12 weekly pick-ups
- $1,000 – accommodates 10 people
- $2,000 – accommodates 20 people
*The Office-Based CSA option is created specifically for offices. An example of an office-based CSA is companies investing in their teams with a healthy perk to show your team you care. These shares include fruits and veggies that are delicious raw or easy to prepare in an office setting and are made to accommodate between 10-20 people (depending on the chosen membership option).
The Navy Yard’s pick up is scheduled for
Wednesdays from noon – 6 p.m. beginning April 19
and will be on the porch of Building 101 at 4747 S Broad St.
Choose the option that best meets your needs and visit the FarmerJawn website for more information.