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2024 CSA Registration is NOW OPEN!

"Subscribe" to our harvest and get fresh produce each week during the growing season!


Not only does a Farm in the Dell CSA share give you access to locally grown produce, but you'll also be providing our Garden Engineers – our employees with disabilities – real life farming and agricultural experience.


What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a farming model that allows consumers to buy shares of a farm’s harvest in advance. Shareholders pay for produce up front at the start of the season – providing the farm with the immediate income necessary to purchase seed and begin the growing season.


In return, members receive a variety of freshly picked vegetables every week. Consumers eat healthy, locally-produced food and have the satisfaction of knowing where it came from and how it was grown – strengthening their connection to the land and to the farmers who feed them.

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Fresh, seasonal veggies & produce


During our growing season, our shareholders receive fresh produce, lovingly grown by our Garden Engineers.


Each week’s produce is dependent upon what is in-season and available for harvest.

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Newsletters & updates from the farm


Shareholders are the lifeblood of our organization – and we want to keep you in the loop!


You can expect regular newsletters with involvement opportunities, stories/photos from the farm, recipes, and more!

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Prayer requests & devotionals


As part of our identity in Christ, we are called to share the love of God through prayer.


We pray for our shareholders at our team huddles – and we invite you to share prayer requests you may have  with our team:

What produce will be included?

NEW IN 2024: Based on feedback from past shareholders, we are adjusting the way in which we will distribute produce! Instead of pre-packaged boxes, this year, our shareholders will choose what produce you take home. Each week, we will have crates laid out with a variety of items, and you will have the opportunity to pick and choose which produce you take (or don’t). The quantity you take will be based on what size share you're signed up for.

We work hard to plant a variety of produce that allows our shareholders to enjoy their favorite veggies and also try new things! Below are just a few examples of produce that we grow each season:

  • Beets

  • Broccoli

  • Cabbage

  • Carrots

  • Cauliflower

  • Celery

  • Cucumbers

  • Green beans

  • Herbs - dill, parsley, cilantro, etc.

  • Lettuce

  • Kale

  • Kohlrabi

  • Onions

  • Peas

  • Peppers

  • Radishes

  • Strawberries

  • Sweet corn

  • Sweet potatoes

  • Swiss chard

  • Tomatoes

  • Winter squash

  • Zucchini

  • and many more!




  • 3/4 bushel for 12 weeks

  • Feeds 3-4 people or 1-2 veggie lovers 




  • 1/2 bushel for 12 weeks

  • Feeds 1-2 people



  • Choose from a Peak Season Full Share ($325) or a Peak Season Half Share ($225)

  • Shorter, 6-week season

CSA Pick-Up & More Information

Weather permitting, the 2024 CSA program will run:

  • FULL SEASON SHAREHOLDERS: From the week of July 8 through the week of September 16.

  • HALF SEASON SHAREHOLDERS: From the week of August 5 through the week of September 9.


Plus, shareholders are invited to join us for bonus opportunities throughout the season, such as the Strawberry U-Pick Days in June and the Bonus Produce Days in September. Stay tuned to your email inbox for information about bonus opportunities!

In 2024, our CSA pickup options are:


Farm in the Dell

  • 7426 40th St. N.

  • Moorhead, MN

  • 4:00 – 6:00pm


Scheels Home & Hardware 

  • 3202 13th Ave S.

  • Fargo, ND

  • 5:00 - 6:00pm


Salem Evangelical Free Church

  • 1111 30th Ave S.

  • Moorhead, MN

  • 5:00 - 6:00pm


Farm in the Dell

  • 7426 40th St. N.

  • Moorhead, MN

  • 9:30 – 11:30am

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Each week’s produce depends on what is in season and ready to harvest.

A unique characteristic of a CSA is the concept of shared risk between the farm and its members – no matter what the season brings. Once the growing season officially kicks off – we are in this together.


Though we make every effort to follow organic agriculture practices, Farm in the Dell is not a “certified organic” farm.

We rely on natural materials to maintain soil fertility and practice natural methods of pest and disease control rather than relying on chemical pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.


Don't know what to do with a certain produce item - or need some recipe inspiration? We’ve compiled an extensive directory of easy, delicious recipes that feature veggies that can be found in a Farm in the Dell CSA throughout the season.

Questions about our CSA program?

Please reach out to Cathryn Erbele at or 218.227.3766

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