Get Vegetables, Fruits and More Direct From the Farm-to-Table




Sandhill Family Farms is a partnership of farms and farming families serving more than 600 community supported agriculture (CSA) members in the Chicago area for more than 15 years. With 13 convenient community pickup locations in the northern and western suburbs of Chicago, Sandhill Family Farms offers a variety of local, farm-fresh options year-round. 

Enrollment is now open for 2016 CSA membership share options that include organic vegetables, fresh fruit, free-range eggs, artisan dairy products and responsibly raised meat shares. Members also receive an online farm newsletter that includes pictures, farm stories, cooking and storage tips and recipes using the products included in their farm shares. 

“We invite our members to seasonal farm events to learn more about the crops we grow, say hello to our chickens, and chat with the folks who grow their food,” says Peg Sheaffer, co-owner of Sandhill Family Farms.

 

To become a Sandhill Family Farms CSA member, visit SandhillFamilyFarms.com.

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