What to Expect from a Share

ROCKFORD REGION

A $600 share distributed evenly over 21 weeks is about $28.50 dollars of produce each week. This is about 10-12 items per week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring – A bunch of radishes, a two heads of broccoli, a ½# bag of spinach, a ½# bag of spicy salad mix, lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, three summer squash, scallions, a head of Napa cabbage, a bunch of beets

Summer – five tomatoes, a couple sweet peppers, four cucumbers, and a bunch of carrots, green beans, basil, a cabbage, celery, an eggplant

Fall – a ½# bag of brussel sprouts, two butternut squash, two delicata squash, two heads of garlic, three onions, a pound of potatoes, a bunch of carrots, a 1/2# bag of spinach

 

A $400 share distributed evenly over 21 weeks is about $19 dollars of produce each week. This is about 7-8 items per week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring – A bunch of radishes, a ½# bag of spinach, a ½# bag of spicy salad mix, a head of broccoli, lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, scallions

Summer – five tomatoes, a couple sweet peppers, four cucumbers, and a bunch of carrots, green beans, basil

Fall – a ½# bag of brussel sprouts, a butternut squash, two delicata squash, two heads of garlic, three onions, a pound of potatoes

 

A $200 dollar share distributed evenly over 21 weeks is about $9.50 dollars of produce each week. This is about 4 items each week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring- a head of napa cabbage, a ½# bag of spinach, and a bunch of beets

Summer- a couple small heirloom tomatoes, a couple sweet peppers, a cucumber, and a bunch of carrots

Fall- a ½# bag of brussel sprouts, a small butternut squash, a head of garlic, an onion

CHICAGO AND MADSION

A $600 share distributed evenly over 10 weeks is $60 dollars of produce each week. This is about 20-25 items per week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring – A bunch of radishes, a three heads of broccoli, a 1# bag of spinach, a 1# bag of  salad mix, two heads of lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, six summer squash, scallions, two heads of Napa cabbage, a bunch of beets

Summer – ten tomatoes, six sweet peppers, six cucumbers, two bunches of carrots, 1/2# green beans, basil, cilantro a cabbage, celery, three eggplant

Fall – a 1# bag of brussel sprouts, three butternut squash, two delicata squash, five heads of garlic, three onions, a pound of potatoes, a bunch of carrots, 1# parsnips or rutabaga

A $400 share distributed evenly over 10 weeks is $40 dollars of produce each week. This is about 14-16 items per week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring – A bunch of radishes, a two heads of broccoli, a 1# bag of spinach, a 1# bag of salad mix, lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, three summer squash, scallions, a head of Napa cabbage, a bunch of beets

Summer – six tomatoes, four sweet peppers, four cucumbers, a bunch of carrots, green beans, basil, a cabbage, celery, three eggplant

Fall – a ½# bag of brussel sprouts, two butternut squash, two delicata squash, two heads of garlic, three onions, a pound of potatoes, a bunch of carrots, a 1/2# bag of spinach, 1# parsnips or rutabaga

A $200 dollar share distributed evenly over 10 weeks is $10 dollars of produce each week. This is about 8 items each week.

Here’s an idea of what you would be able to purchase at various points of time during the season –

Spring- a head of napa cabbage, a ½# bag of spinach, and a bunch of beets

Summer- a couple small heirloom tomatoes, a couple sweet peppers, a cucumber, and a bunch of carrots

Fall- a ½# bag of brussel sprouts, a small butternut squash, a head of garlic, an onion

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