mushroom csa


This year we are teaming up again with CSA (community supported agriculture) vegetable farms to bring local log-grown mushrooms to families on a bi-weekly basis. CSAs are generally paid for in advance and give families a full growing season’s worth of vegetables and sometimes fruit.  Now we offer a mushroom “add-on,” where you can pay an additional amount so that you’ll also receive a share of local high quality mushrooms to your CSA!

– several bi-monthly shares added to your CSA box.  Generally 8 to 10, this depends on the length of your vegetable CSA.

– You will get a selection of log-grown shiitake, oyster, lion’s mane, and other cultivated and foraged mushrooms like hen of the woods and chicken of the woods.

– Each share includes a quarter pound of mushrooms (may be a little less with certain mushrooms) per share with a recipe.

– Includes a 3.5 oz jar of smoked shiitake mushroom butter, or another of our delicious mushroom butters or spreads.

This coming year (2017) we will have mushroom CSAs through Steady Hand Farm, Sleepy Root Farm, Blackbrook Farm and Shared Ground Agricultural Co-op.

shiitake csa share 2015


Contact Farmer Jeremy McAdams at 612-205-8599 or fill out the form below:

Cherry Tree House Mushrooms LLC, 827 15th St., Clayton, WI, 54004


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