Harvest Club

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For over thirty years, Sun Gold Farm has grown and supplied our community with fresh, clean, healthy fruits, vegetables, grains, and nuts.  Our new Harvest Club program will make it easier for families to buy what they want when they want it. No more prepaid memberships, and there will be discounted and bulk prices for those who order.  The availability lists will be updated daily as crops ripen and come in from the field. You will enjoy fresh produce picked at its peak from our fields and offered at a discount to you. What better way to know where your food comes from and to keep your food dollar in your community?  


There will be no membership fees at this time.  Deliveries will only be made to the specified sites.  We can not ship the items from the Harvest Club.  There will be a $20 minimum for each order but for this, you will also get 10% off current market prices when ordering with the Harvest Club!  

Benefits

-You will receive fresh, non-contaminated vegetables and fruits.  -You will know where and how your food is grown, who grows it and feel a partnership in the miracle of growing food.  -You will receive at least a 10% discount from our farmers market prices.  -Bulk sales will be available.  -You will help support a 5th generation family farm, preserve local farmland and contribute to a healthy, local economy.  -You will become more aware of your relationship to the land around you.  -We are given the opportunity to make a viable income by growing food in a responsible way, directly supported by the consumer.  -We have the pleasure of knowing who is eating our product and feel more satisfied with our work.  -Farmland is preserved from development.  -Farmland is preserved from harmful farming practices.  -The community benefits from the preservation of open spaces which makes the area a more whole and satisfying place to live.  -The community is strengthened by the bringing together of folks who share healthy concerns about the future.  -The community gets an economic boost when food dollars remain within the local economy, rather than going out of state or out of the country