What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture is a way for the food buying public to create a relationship with a farm and to receive a weekly amount of produce. By making a financial commitment to a farm, people become members (shareholder, subscribers) of the CSA. Becoming a member creates a relationship between the farmer, the food they eat and the land in which it is grown. Get your CSA application here.
Why Choose Sirna's Farm?
Not only do we grow all of our own produce at our farm, we produce a large variety of products as well. By choosing to join our CSA you will have easy access to all of your grocery needs including but not limited to: Free Range Brown Eggs, Homemade Sausage, Grass-Fed Angus Beef, Homemade Sirna Nut Butters, Honey, Maple Syrup, Jellies, Relishes, Local Wines and Cheese. Handmade Lotions and Body-wash, and more!!.
Terms/Conditions and Perks
By becoming a member of the Sirna's Farm Inc. CSA, I agree to commit to the full season. I agree to pick up my product as arranged*. I understand missed deliveries that are not picked up within 24 hrs will not be refunded, unless arrangements were made 36 hrs prior to delivery. By becoming a member I understand I will receive benefits at the farm. I will be notified of crop abundances for canning and preserving purposes, I will have free tickets to their Fall Festival in October (Family 4, Petite2), I will receive weekly newsletters with farm updates, recipe suggestions, & more!!
Pricing (includes picking, packing, deliveries, etc)
Family Pack: Provides an amount for 2 adults & 2 children, for 14 weeks. $400*
Petite Pack: Provides an amount for 2 adults, for 14 weeks. $250*
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Check out a recent article about the farm in Our Ohio.
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- LINK Everyone who has tried it, loves our Italian Sausage. It's a family recipe that as been passed down for generations. We use our family's recipe and still make it in small batches, with lots of love, no preservatives, no fillers, natural everything, etc. etc.
It's worth mentioning again that this recipe has been in our family for years!! It was one of the first sandwiches offered at Sirna's Cafe Restaurant in downtown Bedford, which still stands at 795 Broadway.
Sirna's Cafe was placed on this list, for one of the Oldest Bars in Cleveland! How cool is that? http://photos.clevescene.com/10-of-the-oldest-bars-in-cleveland/#1
To this day, the bar has great food, including homemade sausage sandwiches. Not everyone knows that this "Sirna" is the same as us, but it is! This is where Craig Sirna grew up! Well, not IN the bar...everyone knows he's a retired police officer ;)
10 of the Oldest Bars in Cleveland
These Cleveland watering holes have stood the test of time. By Jason Beudert 04/26/2015
- LINK This is the best list I've seen yet, of how to use your scraps in the kitchen!!
Note: only follow advise on "olive pits" if you have pitted your olive with something other than your mouth. #awkward #sanitary
How to Reduce Kitchen Waste - Bon Appétit
Cut down on your kitchen waste by cooking smarter—here are our favorite ways to utilize scraps and otherwise compostable items. 04/23/2015
- LINK Who's headed to The Maple Festival?!
We have to give credit where credit is due... Do you know of ANY other event that gives you such an all encompassing experience than the @[198330130635:274:Geauga County Maple Festival] ? When they moved it to the end of April people thought it was too far removed from Maple season so these AMAZING Marketers continuously figure out a way to turn the temps WAY DOWN during Maple Festival Weekend every year to make it feel AUTHENTIC!!! KUDOS to their Marketing prowess!!! See you there!!! http://www.maplefestival.com/ 04/23/2015