Welcome to The First Harvest Club community network. We appreciate your active participation in supporting us and possibly joining our network to provide a centralized system to increase food accessibility for your surrounding community.
The First Harvest Club CSA model is part of a system that connects urban producers and people of color within Fresh Communities Holding Corporation’s STEM food ecosystem closer by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of our farms and group of farms.
Our alternative socioeconomic model, agriculture, delivers food manufacturing, production, and distribution that allows the urban producers, community shareholders, and consumers to share in the rewards of farming and economic liberty.
The First Harvest Club is a subcategory of our STEM Agriculture Ecosystem that aims to strengthen a sense of back into the urban community through local markets.
In return for becoming a member, members receive either a weekly or bi-weekly box of produce or other farm goods. This includes in-season fruits and vegetables, and eggs.
The First Harvest Club membership with our 40-acre plus working farm located in Brandywine, Maryland, allows members to create lasting, safe memories with their families as they enjoy the Farm’s wonderful annual traditions blending people of color, culture, and food. Not only do members receive fresh vegetables and food, but they also have access to educational, social, and exclusive culinary expired cultural events.
Farmer’s Markets On Wheels Farm to Table Food Box CSA:
Farmer’s Markets On Wheels Farm to Table Fresh Food Box (Veggie Only)- All things raw and freshly grown. This plan provides 2x 10 to 15lb boxes of freshly grown and harvested fresh veggie staples like swiss chard, mustard, kale, collard greens, spinach, and other cultural veggies such as bitter melons.
- Two (2) monthly pickups of assorted varieties of leafy greens, herbs, and other farm-grown products. Members may put holds on the weeks they don’t want delivery. The program runs for 26 weeks.
- Up to three (3) complimentary admissions to Agricultural Educational workshops (March-August)
- Discounted admissions to private members’ social events at Farm (March – December)
- One (1) Guided Walk in the Botanical Garden learning about new ethnic crops and usages.
Example of growing at the farm. PRODUCE:
All leafy lettuce Mint Peppers Cabbage Mustard Green (Red & Green)
Pak Choi Watercress Cucumbers Beets
Kale Chives Beans Radishes
Basil Tomatoes Peas Carrots
Squash Broccoli Cauliflower Onions
Micro Greens Sweet Corn Bananas Sweet Potatoes
Collard Greens Swiss Chard Huckley Berry Arugula
Red Kale Waterleaf Bitter Leaf
Bitter Melon Guiene Weed Mountain Mint Black Mint Aleo Vera Left of Life
Oregano Lemon Grass Moranga Basil Sweet Italian Basil
Teas & Powders
Bitter Melon Leaf
Aqua-Life (Fish) (coming soon)
Tilapia Blue Grill/Brin Yellow Perch
Large Mouth Bass Prawns Catfish
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