Eating fresh, local, organic
Just got easier...
In an exclusive partnership with Patagonia's Reno Service Center, Prema Farm will be delivering CSA boxes (aka Weekly Harvest Boxes) directly to the Service Center each afternoon, from May 16th until September 26th, 2019.
As long-time supporters of Patagonia's ethos and practices, we're proud to be partnering with the Reno Service Center to offer the freshest organic produce to its employees. And we mean
really fresh — your veggies will literally be pulled from our rich soil just a few hours
before they land at the Service Center each week.
Getting your weekly CSA box delivered to directly to you at work means you don't have to go to one of our pick up locations to retrieve your veggies. It means you can have a true "farm to table" experience the moment you get home on Thursday, and every meal thereafter.
And it means your hard-earned dollars are supporting a local farm that cares as much about the health of our local ecosystem as it does about your inner ecosystem.
Get a weekly CSA box and enjoy vibrant food that makes you feel the same.
A box of freshly-harvested, diverse organic veggies (see list below), grown just 20 minutes north of Downtown Reno. Each box provides enough vegetables for 1-3 people per week, depending on your depth of veggie-love.
Boxes will be delivered directly to the Patagonia Reno Service Center, with exact storage location TBA.
Boxes will be delivered by 2pm every Thursday from May 16th to September 26th (our 2019 harvest season).
CSA boxes are $25 per week for the entire season. A full purchase is requested in advance, and can also be split into multiple payments.
CSA stands for community supported agriculture, and is a business model that allows small-scale organic farms to thrive with the support of other health & environmentally-minded community members. By joining our CSA, you're supporting regenerative farming methods that aim to improve soil fertility & carbon sequestration, as well as helping us build a thriving educational farm to (we hope) inspire other local farmers, aspiring and established, to adopt restorative & healthy growing practices.
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