Tiny Seed Farm CSA
The 2023 Tiny Seed Farm CSA will be delivered May through October. It will run for a total of 24 weeks.
We also have the option of adding on a weekly flower bouquet from our fields. This will run for 16 weeks.
We are proud to be partnering with Driftwood oven, Goat Rodeo Farm and Dairy and KLVN Coffee Lab. Our CSA members will have the option to add on a bread, a cheese and/or a coffee share.
We currently have pick up locations in Lawrenceville, Troy Hill, Highland Park, Aspinwall, Squirrel Hill, the North Side, Sewickley, Mt. Lebanon and Allison Park.
We also offer direct home delivery for an additional $8/wk.
Please Email Todd@tinyseedfarmpgh.com for more information.
The family share is ideal for a small family. This will include larger quantities and more variety than the single share. The Family Share will cost $31 per week. ($744 Total)
Tiny Seed Farm wants to provide you with the best vegetables possible. If cost is an issue, please put a deposit down and we will set up a payment plan.
Please indicate in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org which share you want to receive AND any ADD ons. ($100)
The Single Share is ideal for a single person or a couple. The share will cost $25 per week. ($600 Total)
Tiny Seed Fleur weekly bouquet
OUR FLOWER BOUQUET SHARE AND ADD ON OFFERS YOU THE VERY BEST OF WHAT'S IN BLOOM EACH WEEK ON TINY SEED FARM. Our Tiny Seed Fleur team will design and arrange unique bouquets with love just for you. (June through October)
This is 16 weeks of beauty from our fields to your vase.
Driftwood Oven Bread Share
Every week CSA subscribers will receive a different loaf of sourdough bread - ranging from DWO Country loaf made with local grains, to Parmesan-kalamata olive, to their seeded loaf. Each week brings something new! All loaves made with organic grains and leavened naturally with a sourdough culture.
Goat Rodeo Cheese Share
Every week CSA subscribers will receive a different selection of Goat Rodeo cheese.
Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy is a 130-acre family-owned farm located just north of Pittsburgh, PA in northern Allegheny County. The farm is home to a herd of more than 140 Alpine and Nubian dairy goats and also brings in cow’s milk from partnering Le-Ara farm to make a variety of fresh and aged cheeses using traditional techniques for artisan cheese production.
Since starting Goat Rodeo in 2015, their motto has been simple: great cheese comes from great milk; great milk comes from happy, healthy animals.