Veggie Box 2017 is Full!

If you would like to join, please scroll down to fill out the form below and be put on our waiting list. We'll be in touch as soon as a slot opens up for you.

Also read below to find out everything about how the Veggie Box works. If you still have questions, please email Stuart at Thank you!

Veggie Box brings you a variety of locally-grown foods in your harvest share each week.

Veggie Box brings you a variety of locally-grown foods in your harvest share each week.

What is Veggie Box?

The Veggie Box program lets you share in our harvests, using the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model. Being a Veggie Box member allows you to enjoy local, seasonal, vegetables directly from Lynchburg Grows. In addition to the food that we grow, our shares also include food from other local farms, local orchards, and from local food artisans. This approach allows us to bring you the most diverse harvest shares that we can, while also providing an important distribution outlet for other local farmers and small businesses.

How does it work?
Pay a fixed price and receive a selection of our best produce on a weekly basis. The items in your share are freshly harvested and they rotate with each growing-season.

What's in a share?
Each week you'll pick 6 items total from two lists; each list has 6 to 8 options from which you pick 3 items. Items vary by season. In early spring and late fall, you'll see cool-weather crops such as lettuce, arugula, swiss chard, collards, kale, mache, beets, carrots, radishes, turnips, broccoli, and more. In warm weather, harvests yield produce like squash and zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, cucumbers, herbs, strawberries, and green beans; then melons, fall squashes, apples, and mushrooms, before cycling back to the cool weather crops again. 

An example of the Veggie Box lists of options in spring.

An example of the Veggie Box lists of options in spring.


Anything else?
Yes! Also depending on seasonal availability, we include products such as local goat and cow cheeses, breads, popcorn, honey, tea, cider, and more. Plus, we'll have local eggs available almost every week. 

This year, we'll also have a Rose CSA program this year. You can find out more about that here.

When does it start?
Veggie Box 2017 starts March 22, 2017 and ends on December 20, 2017. (That's 40 weeks of food!)

What makes us different?
Lynchburg Grows is a non-profit farm that gives back to our town through produce donation, through our Veggie Van program, and through our support of Lynchburg’s community of farmers and small businesses. Plus, almost all the members of our amazing farming team are individuals with physical and mental disabilities. The Veggie Box program is our most important source of farm-based revenue, so as a member, you're supporting us in all of our work.

How much food will I get in my share?
Each share contains 6 items and should last 2 to 3 adults for a week. Sometimes the produce is heavy (like a watermelon) and sometimes it's light (like a bunch of kale), so the weight and volume of your share depends on which items you choose, and also on the nature of the season's produce. Generally speaking, if you choose items with a variety of sizes, you'll walk out with about a paper grocery bag's worth. During the height of harvest season (early fall) it's often more than that.

How much does it cost?
A share costs $20 per week, which totals $800 (+ $20 tax = $820) for the whole season. You may pay in full, or pay monthly: 4 weeks @ $20 + $2 tax = $82 per month.

If you join after March 22nd, we'll pro-rate the amount you owe based on the time remaining in the season.

We also accept EBT as payment. If you're a SNAP recipient, your rate is just $15 per week, and you can pay monthly in person at the farm. Please contact us about signing up:

Scholarship Fund
This year we are establishing a scholarship fund to supply Veggie Box shares to local families in need. We’ll be talking with our Veggie Van customers and working with our local SNAP office and other nonprofit orgs to identify families who would benefit.  

You can donate to the fund by visiting our DONATE page and making a donation of any size. Just write "Veggie Box Scholarship Fund" in the message field when you fill out the donation form. We'll distribute the scholarship-funded shares through the season as soon as we have enough money earmarked to cover them. We'll keep you posted on our progress.

How do I sign-up?
Enter your info into the wait list form below and click SUBMIT. We'll check in with you as soon as a membership becomes available for you, and if you still want to join, we'll send you an invoice via email.

We accept credit or debit cards, EBT cards, cash, or checks and you can pay online, through the mail, or in person at the farm. Just contact Stuart at or 434.846.5665 if you have any payment questions.

When/where do I pick up?
Pick up is at the farm (1339 Englewood St.) every Wednesday from 11AM to 6PM.

What if I can’t pick up one week?
Don't worry! You still have options:
1. Tell a friend or family member to go pick up for you and let them enjoy your share!
2. If it's an emergency or last-minute problem that keeps you from coming, let us know and we'll pack up a share at the end of the day Wednesday for you to pick up on Thursday.
3. If those options don't work, we'll donate your share to the Veggie Van or to help feed the hungry, and issue you an acknowledgement letter at the end of the year for the total value of all your donations.

What if I change my mind?
We do a lot of planning - both for farm production and for the organization as a whole - based on the number of Veggie Box shares we have to fulfill, so it is something of a commitment. That said, we understand that people's lives and circumstances do change, so our policy is:

If something completely unexpected happens to you, such as a major illness, or an unanticipated move out of town, you can cancel your membership and we'll issue you a refund for any portion of the season remaining that you've paid for already. 

If you just have a change of heart, however, we ask that you think of your membership as you would think of a lease - to end it before its term, you would find someone to sublease for you. Similarly, you can terminate your membership by finding someone to take your place. We'll do what we can to help you with that, too. 

In fact, we're here to help in general, so please don't ever hesitate to reach out to Stuart with your questions, concerns, or suggestions about anything Veggie-Box-related.

Thank You!

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