Siskiyou Cooperative Frequently Asked Questions
email the CSA coordinator and request to have your box donated to a local food bank.
If you do have friend pick up your box, please make sure that they understand the
protocol for box pickup
suggest sharing produce that you cannot or do not prefer to eat with your friends and
neighbors. We also provide excellent recipes that may change your mind about certain
forgetting your box. We ask our drop point hosts to hold your box for one full day
after delivery. If you have not contacted the CSA coordinator or picked up your box
within a day of delivery, the drop point host can distribute or use your produce.
quality standards. However, if you are unsatisfied with any of our produce, email or call
the CSA coordinator and we will replace the item in your next box.
amount of produce. The small share is ideal for a couple or small family, while the
large share feeds a family of 5-6 or a couple whose diet is primarily vegetable-based.
are moving away unexpectedly or are unsatisfied with the CSA, we will refund the
remainder of your share.
box. We keep careful track of the value of your box each week, and make certain that
by the end of the season, you have received at least the full value of your CSA share.
cost of labor. Conventional farmers use a wide range of chemical herbicides to control
weeds, while organic farmers primarily rely on human labor for weed management.
organic through the National Organic Program standards.
events on our various member farms.
for CSA membership payments. However, individual farms may be willing to trade work
minimize the risk of crop failure. In the unlikely event of a coop-wide crop failure, we
will replace that item with a similar crop.