CSA Update & Flat Rock Farmers’ Market Opening Day!

CSA Update & Flat Rock Farmers’ Market Opening Day!

Join us for opening day of the Flat Rock Farmers’ Market! Thursday, May 4th from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. The market is located behind the shops of “Little Rainbow Row,” just off US 25 (Greenville Highway) in Flat Rock Village. We will be selling our gorgeous lettuces, strawberries, baby radishes, and heirloom garden plants.  

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Announcing the Winner of our Raffle!

Announcing the Winner of our Raffle!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our 2017 CSA Survey! We are so glad we asked for your feedback in advance of this season, and really learned a lot about why folks are interested in Breezy Acres Farm. The survey link will remain open for a while longer, so if you’re interested you can still send us your feedback. We’ll provide the link at the […]

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Tell us what You Want in a CSA

Tell us what You Want in a CSA

If you are here to learn more about our Pilot-year CSA, why not add your name to the hat for a drawing to win a Breezy Acres Farm t-shirt?

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The Worry-Free CSA

The Worry-Free CSA

We want our CSA to be as simple and easy to understand as possible. In this post we’ll outline what customers need to know before signing up for a Breezy Acres Farm CSA share. If you like what you read and you are interested in signing up, please take a few minutes to complete our 2017 CSA Interest Survey. As a token of our thanks, you […]

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So, What the Heck is a CSA?

So, What the Heck is a CSA?

The title of this post came from a conversation I had with a coworker today, and it’s a good question! CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture,” but that’s a vague description at best. I’ve personally been a member of CSAs with 5 different farms in the past, and all of them were different. So first I’ll expand on the concept of a CSA, and in a […]

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Notes from our First Year in the Field

Notes from our First Year in the Field

When we moved back to North Carolina after 9 years living in New England, we arrived with a dream in mind: to grow enough food to feed ourselves (and our close family), 365 days out of the year. We broke ground on Breezy Acres Farm in December of 2015. It would be 4 more months before we put our first seeds in the ground.

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