CSA Members

Share in the harvest from the farm.

Fresh Vegetables


Sustainably Grown

Community Supported Agriculture

CSA Members share in the harvest and risk with their local farmers. The New Growth Project CSA program offers weekly and bi-weekly subscriptions that can be picked up from several locations in Greater Grand Rapids.  Choose from small and large shares that promise to delight your taste buds.


Frequently Asked Questions:


1. What is a CSA membership?
– A CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) membership provides you with a bag of fresh produce on a weekly or bi-weekly cycle. The produce is the farmer’s pick from that week’s harvest.

2. What types of produce can I expect in my CSA share?
– New Growth Project grows a large variety of produce, including heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, kale, lettuce, spring mix, microgreens, summer and winter squash, peppers, beans, peas, beets, radishes, potatoes, cabbage, and more.

3. How many types of vegetables are included in each share?**
– A small share includes 5-7 types of vegetables, suitable for 1-2 people or a larger family looking to introduce new varieties. A large share includes 8-12 types of vegetables for a family of 3-5.

4. What makes New Growth Project’s CSA special?
– Our CSA offers weekly add-ons for purchase, including eggs, honey, sourdough from a local baker, and organic apples from a local orchard. We also offer candles, soap, and other handcrafted items made at the farm.

5. How do I know what I will get each week?
– Each week, you’ll receive an email detailing the upcoming produce in your share. This email includes a link to a form where you can exchange certain items or add-on specialty items for an additional cost.

6. Can I customize my CSA share?
– You can exchange produce items you don’t want for others. For example, if you’re scheduled to receive a hot pepper mix and prefer something else, you can choose from alternatives like tomatoes or bell peppers.

7. Do I have to pay for the whole membership upfront?
– Yes, we ask for full payment upfront. This helps us prepare for the season by purchasing seeds, soil, and other necessary materials. The cost of each share averages $22-$29 per week, depending on the share size.

8. What happens if I’m out of town and can’t pick up my share?
– If you’re on a bi-weekly schedule at a location that only receives bi-weekly shares, it’s best to have someone else pick up your share. If you’re at a location with weekly and bi-weekly shares, you can notify us in advance, and we can push your share to the following week.


Enjoy vegetables from your local farmer.


We grow using biology, not chemistry. This insures our practices are good for you and the earth.


We grow vegetables by providing jobs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

CSA Membership Policies

1. Membership Commitment
– By joining the CSA, members commit to supporting the farm for the entire season. This helps the farm plan and ensures that members receive a consistent supply of fresh produce.

2. Payment
– Payment for CSA memberships is due at the time of sign-up. This upfront payment helps us prepare for the season.

3. Refunds
– Due to the nature of farming and the upfront costs involved, we do not offer refunds for CSA memberships. However, we will work with you to address any concerns or issues during the season.

4. Communication
– We keep members informed through regular emails, which include updates on the farm, expected harvests, and any changes to pickup times or locations.

5. Pickup Policy
Members are responsible for picking up their shares at the designated times and locations. If unclaimed shares are not picked up within the specified window, they will be donated to local food banks or employees at the pick-up location.

6. Quality Guarantee
– We take pride in providing high-quality, fresh produce. If you ever receive an item that does not meet your expectations, please let us know, and we will make it right.

7. Member Responsibilities
– Members are encouraged to participate in farm events, provide feedback, and support the farm community. This helps build a stronger connection between the farm and its supporters. Join our CSA Members Facebook Page.



New Growth Project cultivates inclusive job opportunities and

nourishing produce for our community.

"These are the best tomatoes I have had since I was a kid."


– Phil, Customer

"My family enjoys eating food that we know isn't sprayed with harmful chemicals."


– Jill, Customer

100% Chemical-Free

The farm has been chemical-free for as long as anyone can remember.  The original owners worked on this land for 40+ years. New Growth Project will adopt the same processes established so many years ago keeping our land free of chemicals, and natural.  This philosophy grows the best vegetables and gives our buyers the most benefit.