Medicinal Herb CSA for Autumn PVF East Shares

PVF East Autumn CSA members will have an option to add a new Medicinal Herb CSA share!  If you have already registered and would like to add the Medicinal Herb CSA Share, email with AUTUMN SHARE in the subject line. Gathered Threads will be starting its first year of Medicinal Herb CSA distribution 2014. AllContinue reading “Medicinal Herb CSA for Autumn PVF East Shares”

2014 CSA registration is open!

UPDATED 7/30/14 Registration for new and returning members is open! You can register now for the Autumn CSA season. Autumn Share: week of September 23 to week of November 18 = 9 weeks of fall produce. Our CSAs PVF East distributes shares on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from the Vienna farm (PVF East). Delivery locationsContinue reading “2014 CSA registration is open!”

2013 CSA Registration is Open To All!

CSA Registration is open to all! CSA registration for both PVF West and PVF East is open to all. Registration will remain open until we sell out. Some pick up locations may sell out faster than others. PVF West: This year there will two options: on-farm Tuesday pickup in Purcellville and pick up at the WednesdayContinue reading “2013 CSA Registration is Open To All!”

CSA Update: West is still open; East is full for the summer season

PVF West is still open for new and returning member registration. If you’re a returning member, refer a friend and receive a $25 coupon for the Purcellville roadside stand. PVF West is offering a market-style CSA on Tuesdays from 2pm-7pm. Pick up is at the Purcellville farm’s Roadside Stand on the corner of John WolfordContinue reading “CSA Update: West is still open; East is full for the summer season”

Community Supporting Community: Closing the Circle of Community Supported Agriculture

For some people, the CSA is all about the good food. For others, it is a way to support local farmers by making a substantial financial commitment (and get some good food).  And some people would love to be part of the CSA for both of those reasons but they cannot afford the full cost.Continue reading “Community Supporting Community: Closing the Circle of Community Supported Agriculture”