Is the produce organic?

The vast majority of produce that goes into the CSA shares is certified organic. On occasion some crops come from other farms or fields that, while managed organically, are not currently certified. Any not certified items are disclosed in our newsletters, ordering forms, or at the pick up locations. Meat, cheese, eggs, bread, and other items are locally produced but not always organic.

What produce is in the winter csa?

Below is a sample of some prices and items you might see in the winter csa program. Produce is most abundant during the first 2 months of the program and there is less variety later in the season.

2021 Produce:
·        leeks $4/lb
·        brussel sprouts $3/lb
·        scarlet turnips $3.50/lb
·        gold ball turnips $3.50/lb
·        kohlrabi $3.50/lb
·        napa $3.25/lb
·        squash $1.25-$1.50/lb
·        radish $3/lb
·        daikon radish – $3/lb
·        red cabbage – $1.50/lb
·        green cabbage $1/lb
·        rutabaga $3/lb
·        beets $3.50/lb
·        watermelon radish $3/lb
·        fennel $4/lb
·        potato $1.50-$3/lb depending on the variety
·        onion $1.50-$2/lb depending on the variety
·        mushrooms – 8oz for $5
·        carrots $2/lb
·        apples -tbd
·        spinach half pound bags $6
·        kale – $3 bunch
·        asian greens $3 bunch
·        frozen blueberries, frozen aronia berry – tbd
·        frozen tomatoes, peppers, asparagus – tbd
·        scallions $2
·        celeriac $3.50/lb
·        sweet potatoes $2.50/lb
·        parsnips $3.25/lb
·        popcorn – tbd
·        garlic 3 pks – $3
·        micro greens – $4/bag
(no items are guaranteed to be available and prices are subject to change).


We take COVID-19 seriously and our goal is to behave in ways that keep each other safe. We will refer to policies in place by the city or market when appropriate.

CSA members picking up at the delivery truck will be assisted by a truck attendant.  Proper protective equipment is worn and social distancing is requested and practiced.

Home delivery drivers do not enter buildings and food is left in containers provided by the members (like a beach cooler).

Members picking up at the farm are asked to follow the current posted policy around mask use in our buildings.  Depending on the state of affairs in our given community this can change.

Where is your delivery area?

Our delivery sites are as follows. (COVID-19 safety precautions will be in place.)

Regular Season June – October


  • LotfotL Community Farm (Elkhorn, WI) – 1pm to 8pm
  • Home delivery (all day)


  • Milwaukee South Shore Farmers Market – 8am – 12pm
  • Shoewood – Northwoods Building – 8:30am – 11:30am
  • Garden District Parking Lot 12:30 pm – 3pm

Winter Season – November – February

  • Sunday 12pm-6pm – Pick-up at LotFotL Community Farm – Elkhorn
  • Sunday CHOICE CSA Home Delivery
  • Tuesday CHOICE CSA Home Delivery


How Do I Pay?

Payment options:

  • Pay all at once: pay with check (no fee) or credit card (3.5% fee).
  • Pay automated installments: Deposit is due at the time of sign up, and your balance due will be divided into monthly payments due at the beginning of each month starting in the month that your program begins. (3.5% fee).
  • Pay with monthly checks: send us your deposit and all of your payments on post-dated checks and we will cash them at the beginning of each month. (no fee).

How much food do I get?

Exactly the amount you want. Our programs are designed to provide the right amount of food for you.

Every week you can choose what you need from a variety items.  Some items may have quantity limits to assure availability to more people.

Members place orders each week online spending their membership credits that are issued at the beginning of the season. Minimum order is $40.  Maximum order is $250.  Maximum meat order per order is $200. Order on weeks that work for you. All issued credits must be used by the end of the season.

Where do your eggs come from?

Most of our eggs Alden Hills in Walworth, WI and are certified organic.

Where does your bread come from?

We work with:

  • Rocket Baby Bakery in Wauwatosa. They do from scratch real deal sour dough loaves. They also source some of their flour from local Wisconsin producers. Bread is not organic.
  • Gitto Farm n’ Kitchen. They are certified organic.

Where does your cheese come from?

We work with:

  • Milwaukee’s Clock Shadow Creamery
  • Cedar Grove Cheese.
  • Red Barn Family Farm Cheese

Some of the options will be organic and some not. All of it is Wisconsin produced and hormone free.

Where does your meat come from?

We work with a number of meat producers. See “Who are your farm partners?” to view a comprehensive list of producers that we work with. We look for small producers using sustainable practices feeding organic or local or gmo-free feed. For example, your 100% grassfed beef may not be certified, but it is raised on lush beautiful pasture. The pork raised here at LotFotL is not certified organic, but fed organic feed and raised on pasture. We choose meat that we would and do feed to our own family.

Who are your farm partners?

We work with lots of farms around the state.


  • Tipi Produce
  • Springdale Farm
  • Folk Tree Farm
  • Wholesome Harvest
  • Turtle Creek Gardens
  • Red Door Family Farm
  • Better Way Farms (MI)
  • Dream Apple Farm
  • Apple Barn
  • Barnard Farms
  • Ela Orchard


  • Abiding Acres Farm
  • Zinniker Farm
  • Gitto Farm and Kitchen
  • Dandee Berks
  • Hometown Sausage
  • Golden Bear Farm
  • Bryant Family Farms
  • Little Heathens Pasture
  • Green Fire Farm


  • Alden Hills
  • Rocket Baby
  • Gitto Farm n’ Kitchen
  • Clock Shadow Creamery
  • Cedar Grove Cheese
  • Red Barn Family Farm