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You can sign up for any of our seasons on a standalone basis. Feel free to select a different share size for each season if that best serves your household's needs.  If you'd like the same size share for the full 42-week year, you can sign up for the Full Year option at the top of the page.

If a season is already underway, you're welcome to join on a prorated basis. (Proration will be done automatically upon checkout.)  While we are happy to prorate to allow you to join anytime throughout the season, we do ask that you sign up for the full remainder of the season you join. 

For a general run-down of our expected crops this year, take a look at our crop calendar. Our list of crops is also located to the right of this page.

Click here to determine your delivery zone.

Full Season
Full Season

42 weeks

Mid-January through late December
You want it all!  Watch as the crops change along with the weather, moving from cold-weather spinach, sweet carrots and canned goods in Winter to the heavy greens and early root crops of Spring; from the hefty tomatoes, eggplants and peppers of the summer season to the full range of roots and squashes in the Fall. A truly wonderful experience.

Winter season
Winter season

6 weeks (delivered bi-weekly)

Mid-January (14/16) through late March (25/27)
Don't let the cold weather get you down--our frost-sweetened Winter spinach is one of the best crops we grow all year. Boxes will also include stored root crops, jars of our delicious Whole Roasted Tomatoes, and farm-frozen items such as our pureed butternut squash.

Spring season
Spring season

12 weeks

Mid-April (15/17) through the first week of July (1/3)
The perfect time of year for lovers of greens (lettuce, kale, chard, bok choi, spinach), with a handful of roots like sweet salad turnips, radishes, beets, and carrots.

Summer season
Summer season

12 weeks

Early July (8/10) through September (23/25)
The bounty of the main summer season, including
 a wide variety of tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, eggplants, summer squash, herbs, and much more.

Fall season
Fall season

12 weeks

Late Sept/Early Oct (Sept 31/Oct 2) through Dec (16/18)
Includes great greens, including our super-sweet winter spinach, brassicas (broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi), roots (turnips, beets, carrots, leeks, radishes), and storage crops such as winter squash, potatoes, onions and garlic.

CSA Newsletter - Week 20 | Summer 2July 15th, 2014

Moving on, what makes our tomatoes special, squash notes

Major news from Tomato MountainJune 29th, 2014

An extreme hail storm and possible tornado (still under investigation) hit Tomato Mountain this past week, and we're still in the process of recovering. Winds upwards of 100mp

CSA Newsletter, Week 15 | Spring 9June 11th, 2014

Scallions |||   Red Rain mustard greens   |||   Red Russian Kale   |||   Lettuce   |||   Rainbow chard   ||| &

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Tomato Mountain Farm ~ N7720 Sandy Hook Rd, Brooklyn WI 53521 ~ info@tomatomountain.com ~ 608.712.1585

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