Red Planet grows chemical-free vegetables in Johnston, Rhode Island. We’ve always been independent but we also believe in hyper-local food and collective endeavor. Since our inception we have been lucky enough to find support within a vibrant local food community. If you are reading this there’s a good chance that you’ve been a part of the struggle for good vegetables grown in Rhode Island dirt, and you’ve been a friend to us. We really can’t thank you enough.

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  1. Hi, this is Adam Frye who was talking to one of the farmer guys at the dinner at the Regattabar 2 or three weekends ago. We were talking about walk behind tractors and greenhouses and I just thought I’d like to stay connected. I don’t even remember his name. Please help me out. Thanks


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    1. Hi Lisa! First off, how did you hear about the csa? Second, do you think you’d want a full or half share? Also, would you be picking up in Providence or Johnston? Let me know this stuff. And then I will figure out what the price is at this point. Thanks for your interest! -Catherine


      1. I have a member who is moving and I think she will be able to sell you the remainder of her share. I will get back to you when I hear from her.


      2. there are some things everyone gets, and some choices. If you want to come to the pick up today at the farm, between 4 and 6 I can show you how it works. the only “fruit” we have are berries and they are done for the season. If you decide to join today, the cost will be $150 and you can pay with cash, check or venmo. sorry for the delayed response, I didn’t see your last message for some reason! is my email. It would be a good idea for you to email, especially if you decide to sign up, because I would then need an email on file for you.
        ok! hope to see you later.


      3. Hi I can’t make it today.. I can next week let me know how much and if it’s a definite for next week…


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