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This 6-week CSA runs from March through April. Red Planet has always offered some of its most flavorful produce during the cold months, grown with a system of row covers and unheated high tunnels. We plan for an exciting mix of arugula, spinach, lettuces, radishes, turnips, cooking greens and herbs, and will try to have a surprise or two as well.

When and Where: We will have weekly pick-ups at the farm (380 Greenville Ave, Johnston) on Mondays from 4 to 6 pm, and a weekly pickup at our house in Providence (75 Marshall St.) at the same time. The first pickup is planned for March 13 FORGET THAT, how about MARCH 6!

We want to encourage you to join us as soon as possible, so we’ve built some incentives into our pricing:

  • EARLY BIRD- Pay in full by 2/14 (Valentine’s Day) and your share price is $150!
  • GARDEN VARIETY- Between 2/15 and 3/6  your share price is $160 with a minimum deposit of $80
  • LATE BLOOMERS- Between 3/6 and 3/13 (the CSA start date) the price is $170 with a minimum deposit of $80

Payment Methods:   Mail us a check, and include your email address and phone number. OR you can securely pay for a CSA share right here on our site using any debit card, credit card or paypal…
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Make sure you share an email address with us. Any important info will be shared via email and this blog as we progress through the Winter planting and into the weeks of this CSA harvest season.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or feedback. Email us directly at redplanetvegetables@gmail.com (preferred) or use this form:

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