CSA2015graphicFall program Oct. 12 through Dec. 7, 2016

Fall shares are now available!  Reserve your share at www.WhiteViolet.CSAsignup.com!

What’s in the bag?

4colorsealJPGVegetable share members can expect a variety of clean, seasonal USDA Certified Organic vegetables and fruit. Also, jams, jellies, pickles and other goodies as they become available. A full share will feed a small family, or a couple of veggie-loving adults.

White Violet Center gardens are USDA Certified Organic. Our veggies proudly sport the green & white organic label!

We can’t predict what weather, pests, or disease will come our way, so keep in mind that these offerings may fluctuate. Our crop list is split into two groups: foundation crops — items we have in larger quantities for longer harvest periods, usually 4 weeks or more, and season-specific crops — items with a more limited harvest window and usually in lower quantities. These crops may make an appearance for 1-3 weeks at a time.

Crops planned for 2016:

Foundation crops: lettuce mix, head lettuce, kale, chard, beets, garlic, green beans, basil, dill, peppers, potatoes, summer squash, tomatoes, eggplant, and radishes.

Season-specific crops: peas, broccoli, onions, carrots, cucumber, sweet corn, spinach, arugula, cabbage, cilantro, parlsey, chives, Japanese turnips, winter squash, pumpkins, watermelon, and sweet potatoes.

Choose from these pick-up locations

Pick-up is every Wednesday for 9 weeks beginning Oct. 15 and lasting through Dec. 2:

  • White Violet Center at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods: 3:30-5:30 p.m. (EDT)
  • Central Location at 113 S. 19th St. in Terre Haute: 4:30-6:30 p.m. (EDT), or
  • Regional Hospital on South 7th St. in Terre Haute: 4-5:30 p.m. (EDT)


Full share — $225

Here's a photo of the full CSA share on June 10, 2015.

Here’s a photo of the full CSA share on June 10, 2015.

Reasons to support our Community Supported Agriculture program:

  • Locally-grown foods are fresher and taste better
  • Organic growing methods used in our garden are in the spirit of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, foundress of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • Establish a vital link between your food, the people who grew it and the land that nourished it

All shareholders are asked to commit to this statement:

I understand that by becoming a shareholder of the Community Supported Agriculture initiative, I will share both the rewards and the risks of the growing season along with the other shareholders and the growers. I recognize that there is no guarantee of the exact amount I will receive each week. I agree to comply with all safety measures posted in the distribution area while on the property.

Reserve your share today:

After signing up for your share at www.WhiteViolet.CSAsignup.com, you can create a Member Login. Your Member Login will let you check your payment balance, make a payment, request a vacation hold for when you’ll be away, update your membership (For example, go from a half share to a full or vice versa), and even see what shares you’ve gotten and more.

Directions for setting up your account are in the confirmation email that you will get after signing up for the Fall 2016 vegetable share.

If you split your share with another person, you can now register that person as an additional user. Each online account can hold up to four users. This means that everyone will get the messages that we send to shareholders.

Check it out online and then if you still have questions, contact Candace Minster, garden manager and fiber projects coordinator, at cminster@spsmw.org or 812-535-2933.