By the time spring warms up, the strawberries will be ready at Delvin Farms for pick-your-own fun. And that’s not all. Delvin Farms, the organic, family-owned farm located in College Grove is still signing people up for their Summer CSA which begins in May. Here’s what you should know:
What’s a CSA?
Quite simply, a CSA is community support agriculture that allows you to partner with a farm to get fresh produce. When you sign up as a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of their seasonal crops.
Delvin Farms is a completely organic farm located in Williamson County. The farm makes it easy for you to participate in the CSA, packing boxes with fresh fruit and vegetables and bringing it to the pick-up location of your choice. The 2018 CSA summer program takes place across 24 weeks and and runs through October.
Sign up for FULL SHARE weekly pickup ($750) or HALF SHARE bi-weekly pickup ($425). Delvin offers pickup locations in East Nashville, Richland Park, St. Henry’s, Brentwood, Franklin and the Delvin Farm’s farm store located in College Grove. SIGN UP HERE.
Delvin Farms reports that their spring crop of strawberries will be ready in four to five weeks as of this posting. Expect the pick-your-own season to begin at the end of April!
Delvin Farms is located at 6400 Delvin Farms Lane. A farm store is on the premises. To learn more about the CSA or the availability of strawberries, call 615-538-5538.