Community Supported Agriculture

Buy fresh, buy locally! Each season we offer around 65 shares of produce from Gale woods. We are not certified organic, but we follow the practices in our gardens. Shareholders receive 6–20 pounds of vegetables per week (almost anything that grows in Minnesota), fruit (berries and melons), and herbs from the farm gardens. With your share, you’ll receive a weekly newsletter with seasonal recipes and have the opportunity to participate in garden workdays and our annual CSA potluck and harvest hoedown. 

Shares are available for market-style pick up at Gale Woods on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons. We do not deliver. The season is mid-June through mid-October (18 weeks). We have both half shares ($325) and full shares ($600) available. Half shares feed 2-4 people and full shares feed 4-6 people.

2015 shares have sold out. 

For general information about purchasing a CSA share, for any questions, or to be placed on a contact list for the next year (the contact list does not guarantee a share but by being on it you will receive the information necessary to obtain a share), please call 763.694.2001.

Non-share Produce

Stop by and purchase freshly harvested seasonal produce from the gardens at Gale Woods Farm!

Every day during Farm Store hours
Seasonal produce is available in our Farm Store from early April through November during regular business hours: Monday through Saturday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM and on Sunday, noon-5:00 PM. Cash, check, and all credit cards are accepted.

Thursdays, mid-June through mid-October, 3:00-6:30 PM
Seasonal produce is available on Thursdays during our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shareholder pickup, located in the garage of the Grey House. Most of the same fresh vegetables found in the shares are available for purchase. Cash and check accepted only.

Please call 763.694.2001 for more details.

Youth Farmers

In cooperation with the Carver County Workforce Program, Gale Woods gives youth aged 14-15 the opportunity to work in our gardens and grow vegetables for the shareholders and the Mound-Westonka Food Shelf. Youth farmers learn about sustainable agriculture and food production while receiving leadership training and building lifelong learning skills.