Squeezepenny (SQP) CSA Program

At this time we are only offering our $50 "Future" Share.
You may also elect to help support this program by becoming a
subscribing SQP CSA Member, our annual fee is $60.

Please see the bottom of page for our brief history.

Up until now many of you probably only know of one concept
or definition of a
CSA  (Community Supported Agriculture),
but who's to say how we create our own. We encourage all of
you to research the concept for yourselves. Make it a family
project that addresses the issues of: Local Food Safety and
Supply; Buy Local, Eat Fresh, no longer just a catch phrase;
    Conservation of Our Natural Resources; Farmland
    Preservation; Food Miles & Carbon Reduction and etc...

      YES, we are still accepting new
    Squeezepenny CSA Members to join us in 2016!
    We welcome you to join us by 8/10/16.
    It is a "rolling" deadline on the 10th of EACH month of the year.

     You may apply and submit your
    SQP CSA Annual Membership Agreement Form
    along with your $60 Annual Membership fee.
    Our Share price is $125 per One (1) Non-voting 2016 Share.
    Each contains five (5) bi-weekly fresh produce distributions.
A "prorated" dollar value of $25 has been assigned to each dist.
    We also have a one time $20 Crop Box fee.
Or pick up directly from here at the farm to avoid that box fee.

Select a "Share" Size
Can't decide to commit just yet? Then consider our new
"Future" Share
Offered for the first time! A "Future" Share contains only two (2)
bi-weekly fresh produce distributions for the total cost of $50.
In order to help us "grow" enough to be able to include you and
your own family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc...
We welcome you to purchase a "Future" Share late summer or early fall.
Your veggies will be harvested during our next "Upcoming" Season,
Fall 2016 or possibly next calendar year's first harvest season, Spring 2017.

Please inquire for our "future" details!
Just in case you decide to become a SQP CSA Member while you are
waiting, our 2016 SQP CSA Annual Membership fee is $60.

    We are inviting everyone to join us in this collaboration of
    resources to combine all of our talents and services in
    community support. We need to  pull together as a
    COMMUNITY to use our limited, but available resources.
Squeezepenny CSA's Past Annual Membership Fees
2009 Original* Charter Members $40 - joined us prior to 6/17/09
*Each year they continue to be offered this lower rate.
2009 Charter Members $60 - joined us prior to 12/31/09
2010 Charter Members $60 - joined us prior to 5/31/10
2010 - 2015 Members $60 - joined us prior to 12/31/15
2016 "New" Members $60 - We welcome you to join us by
Please also inquire about our "Future" Share details!

See below for our SQP CSA's brief 6 year history:
Thank you to all of our SQP CSA Members
that got us off to such a great beginning in 2009,
through the record setting North Texas heat of 2010,
through the historic 50 year record-setting Texas drought of 2011
and through a 2nd, 3rd & 4th year in a row of a state-wide historic
drought of 2012, 2013 &2014. As we all know for those three years the
drought conditions were indeed felt nation-wide! Then 2015, yet another
year that started off in drought just to turn to local flooding, twice. Our
local drought status was lifted but after just 1 month will no additional rain
it was back in place. Last year here at the farm we received flooding rains
the entire month of May & again in October. In 2016 here we are with a
"repeat" on way too much rain our entire Spring season. We have hopes
that we will all dry out before Summer arrives this year!

We look forward to serving you all
and to meeting many "New Members" in 2016!
This is our Cage-Free, Wild Rabbit
Lucy! She has a twin!
We see them mostly late at night.
** She IS NOT part of our menu**
SSF's NW view of garden early Feb. 2013
       Squeezepenny Sustainable Farm
SSF's driveway view of new
Production House mid-April 2013
West view of the sunset
in Squeezepenny.
Same west view with
leaves on the trees.
Same west view
on a cloudy day.
Same west view
on a clear day.
Yes, there really is a place named Squeezepenny.
It is a rural Collin County, Texas community.
It is home!
Four generations of Farm Girls!
SSF's  Boston Pickling Cucumber vines
Summer 2012
A wonderful
American Flag display
in Garland, TX.