Winter Choice CSA

Feel good about what you eat.


Back and better than ever!!!!! New and improved to be even more flexible than ever before. Choose the level that you want to invest in the farm and spend your return as credits on our online farm store throughout your season.

Choose from winter veggies, organic eggs, local bread and cheese, and local and sustainably raised meat. Your food is then delivered to your doorstep every week until March.


Sign-up –
  • $150 deposit required for all members.
  • Choose a membership level; $600, $1200, or $1800. (see below)
Ordering – Spend down your credits in our online farm store each week.
  • When you place orders there is a minimum order of $40 and a maximum order of $250.
  • No order can spend more than $200 on meat per week.
  • Order on weeks that work for you. All credits must be spent within the season.
  • Season runs November 2021 – February 2022. (16 weeks)
Food –
  • All programs have access to locally produced veggies, meat, cheese, eggs, bread, and miscellaneous items each week. Look for great new items this year like locally roasted coffee with a cause, new cheese brands, and River Valley Mushroom products.
Delivery/pick-up –
  • Home delivery to Milwaukee area is on Sunday
  • Home delivery to Milwaukee outskirts is on Tuesday
  • View or delivery areas
  • Not in our delivery area? Pick up at LotFotL on Tuesday from 10 am – 6pm
  • Home deliveries must provide a receiving container (like an insulated beach cooler) outside of the home if they are not home to receive their order.


Q: Is all of your food organic? Veggies are organic unless specified. Eggs are organic. Cheese is locally produced and will be labeled if it is organic. Meat is either organically fed or grass-fed and/or pastured. Any exceptions are noted.
How do I pay? Can I make payments?
Where does LOTFOTL deliver?

Sign-up Opens Sept 15th-30th for CURRENT CSA MEMBERS and October 1st for GENERAL PUBLIC.




  • Milwaukee: Sunday, Nov 21st
  • Milwaukee Suburbs: Tuesday, Nov 23rd
  • Pick-up at the Farm: Sunday, Nov 21st

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2021-22 Winter CHOICE Details

Choose the level that you want to invest in the farm and spend your return as credits on our online farm store throughout your season.

Programs includes access to veggies, eggs, bread, cheese, meat, and misc. items (honey, syrup, etc.). Simply shop the store and spend down your credits by the end of the season.

Level 1 – Pitchfork

Invest $600 and get $600 in credits to spend throughout the season. Thank you for supporting local food and helping to sustain this farm.


Average of $38/week

Level 2 – Tiller

Get $60 free credits when you invest at this level. Thank you for making a strong commitment to our farm and investing in your local food system.

$1200 + $60 free credits

Average of $79/week

Level 3 – Tractor

Get $200 free credits when you invest at this level. Thank you for making a deep commitment and supporting your local food system. Those that can invest at the top level not only get the best return, but the satisfaction of knowing that their heavy lifting makes a big impact.  Thank You!

$1800 + $200 free credits

Average of $125/week

All programs require an additional $150 deposit to cover administrative and delivery fees.


This member would have $91 subtracted from their total credits for the season.  Complete flexibility.  Vegetarian….don’t order meat.  Gluten free….don’t order bread.  Big on baking….order extra eggs.  Love cheese (who doesn’t?)….order a bunch.

Member Order

  • Rocket Baby Tosa Sourdough bread- $6
  • Clock Shadow Dbl Cream Colby – $6
  • Dozen Eggs – $6
  • Ground Beef – $8
  • Breakfast Sausage – $10
  • Winter Kale – $3
  • Carrots 2 lbs – $5
  • Winter Squash – $3
  • Winter baby greens – $5
  • 2 lbs Potatoes – $4
  • Napa cabbage – $4
  • Lg 3 lb jar Honey – $31

____________________Total $91

Order Parameter Checklist:

This member met all of the order parameters

  • Order is over $40
  • Order is below $250
  • Meat total is less than $200



As we continue to build community through local and sustainable food. We started a food equity program that is designed to build and support a more diverse community and make food more accessible to everyone. Members that value this concept and want to contribute financially may do so on the membership application.  Donations will go toward reducing the costs of our food for our customers expressing a financial need.