Membership Details


A Midsummer CSA Share

Small Share from Mid-summer. See our showcase of shares here!


Benefits of CSA Membership:

  • 24 weeks delicious produce, June - November, picked fresh daily, so you get the best in flavor and nutrition.
  • 100% Good Farm-grown, 100% certified organic, for your peace of mind.
  • 2 share sizes to meet your needs, plus members can add-on weekly items via the online store, CSA Extras.
  • Upick garden open to all members, 4 days/week seasonally, so you can spend a day on the farm.
  • Extra shares to make it a one-stop-shop: Fruit, eggs, bread, cheese, and coffee.
  • E-newsletter with cooking tips and recipes to teach you the art of seasonal eating.
  • Pick up on-farm in beautiful Germansville or at convenient delivery locations throughout the Lehigh Valley.
  • When you know your farmer, you can trust your food.




  • Small share (most popular size, feeds 2+ adults) 8 items weekly, at $26 per week, or $625 for the 6 month season, June - November
  • Regular share (family size, feeds a large family or 4 adults) 10-12 items weekly, at $35 per week, or $840 for the 6 month season, June- November


20% Deposit due at signup ($125 for small share, $168 for regular.)

Remainder: 4 payments in the same amount as the deposit; due March 30, April 30, May 30, June 30.  See Payment Plans for more info!


*Members can split shares with another family, alternating weekly pickup.

*Each membership gets 2 "vacation make-ups", 2 weeks to double up on a share to replace missed weeks. Members can switch pickup days as needed. See CSA Share FAQ's for more info!




CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIZE: 80% of members prefer the small share. It is suitable for couples, small families, etc. with an average of 8 items weekly. An item could be a bunch of carrots, a head of lettuce, 6-8 oz. salad mix, 2 lbs tomatoes, 2 lbs potatoes, a melon, 2 zucchini, etc.

The small share is about 2/3 the size of the regular. We do not offer a half share because certain items, such as a melon or head of cabbage or lettuce, are not easily halved.


The regular share is for large size families, or for those who want to put up lots of produce for the winter months, with 10-12 items weekly.


Need more help? Check our CSA showcase of small shares, and the Typical Share Chart on the right. You can always start with a Small and upgrade to a Regular if you find you need more veg!


CHOOSING YOUR PICKUP LOCATION: Our sign-up page allows you to search for the closest site, by entering your home or work address. You can read more about the the differences between on-farm pickup and delivered shares here.  A list of our current pickup locations are below. All deliveries are on Thursdays, except Jim Thorpe, which is Wednesday.


 *** ON-FARM: Tuesdays- 1-6 pm and  Fridays 2-7 pm, *market style pick-up;  boxed share pickup on Saturdays 9 am - noon

* Market Style pickup: Members pick and pack their own shares. Set amount of staples (ie. tomatoes, onions, potatoes, sweet corn, carrots, etc.) plus selection of greens, and rotating choices of unusual or less popular veg. (think beets, turnips, radishes).

* Boxed Share: All the staples and usual favorites included weekly, plus a rotating selection of unusual or less common veggies.


1) Allentown, 3-7 pm, Mama Flowers at The Sanctuary for Healing Therapies, 2358 Sunshine Rd. Allentown PA 18103

2) Hellertown, 3-6 pm, Doggy Dao & Cat's Meow, 1238 Main Street, Hellertown PA 18055

3) Kutztown, 2-7 pm, Young Ones, 26 S. Whiteoak St. Kutztown PA 19530

4) Trexlertown, 2-6 pm, Livewell Integrated Health, 8026 Hamilton Blvd. Breiningsville, PA 18031


5) Jim Thorpe, 4-6 pm, WEDNESDAY, Jim Thorpe Yoga, 434 Center St. Jim Thorpe PA 18229    (570) 527-5453


* If you would like us to start a new pickup location, please contact us with your suggestion. We need a minimum of 10 shares to create a delivery site!




UPICK GARDEN: All members are welcome to visit the Upick garden to harvest their own berries, fresh flowers, herbs, peas, beans, cherry tomatoes, and more during open farm hours. Upick crops are included in the cost of a CSA share, and amounts are set according to share size. Delivered shares may receive 1 week of berries and 1 week of snap beans in their boxes. 

Open Farm Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 8 am - 7 pm. Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8am - noon.


EXTRA SHARES:  We partner with other local farmers and producers to offer "extra shares", to enrich the CSA experience and make a one-stop-shop of local foods for our members!

  • Fruit: 16 weeks of delicious local fruit: mouth-watering peaches, both yellow and white varieties; Bosc and Bartlett pears; and many different varieties of apples, including Honeycrisp, Keepsake, Liberty, Jonagold, and more, grown in Kempton, PA by County Line Orchards, with low-spray methods (not organic).    Weekly share beginning mid-July: 16 weeks ($250)
  • Eggs: 1 dozen fresh, certified organic, pasture-raised eggs from Spring Creek Farms. You can see and taste the difference of truly pastured eggs in the beautiful orange yolks.     Weekly share:  23 weeks ($150)
  • Bread: Artisan breads from The Daily Loaf: fresh-baked whole-grain loaves made from organic flour, water, salt and sourdough culture. Styles include Multi-grain, Whole Wheat, Onion Rye, Seeded wheat, as well as seasonal specialties such as Blueberry and Sweet Potato, pre-sliced for convenience.   Weekly share: 21 weeks: $140
  • Cheese: Biweekly share, 2 wedges of hand-made artisan cheese  hand-crafted by Valley Milkhouse and Birchrun Hills Farm, small batch, family run operations producing award-winning cheese: fresh cheeses like feta and creamy fromage blanc to soft-ripened cheeses such as brie to aged cheeses including rustic tommes, blues, and nutty alpine styles. Birchrun Hills Farm has their own pasture-based dairy operation and Valley Milkhouse uses milk from Spring Creek Farm, a certified organic, pasture-based dairy.      11 weeks: $185
  • Coffee: Freshly roasted coffee, from our neighbors at Bake Oven Coffee Roasters, right here in Germansville. Half pound per week, available as whole bean, or drip grind, your choice. Varieties will rotate weekly through seasonally available varieties, including Zambian, Ethiopian, Brazilian, and Guatemalan; fair trade and organically sourced beans.  Note: coffee reaches peak flavors and aromatics 3-6 days post roast, then does a slow reduction in flavors for about the first 30 days. Coffee for your share will be roasted 3 days prior to distribution, so you are getting the absolute best in flavor from your cup.

    Price: $7.35/week, $147 for 20 week season (beginning 3rd week of June)


Have more questions? Check out our list of FAQ's on CSA!

Or Contact Us Now! 
We are always happy to talk or email with you!


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  1. Use the Sign up Now! link.
  2. Choose your vegetable share size.
  3. You can add-on any extra shares now if you want.
  4. Choose your pickup location.
  5. Choose your payment, deposit or full, check or credit card.


It's that easy! We will send you an email confirmation, thanking you for making a choice towards healthier eating today!


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Sample Shares


Small Share - spring

8 oz salad mix

8 oz kale

8 oz arugula or spinach

1 bunch radishes

1 bunch scallions

1 bunch beets

2 zucchini

6 garlic scapes


Regular Share  - spring

12 oz salad mix

14 oz kale

8 oz arugula or spinach

1 bunch radishes

1 bunch scallions

1 bunch beets

1 bunch turnips

3 zucchini

8 garlic scapes

Small share - summer

2 zucchini or  squash

2 cucumbers

2 lbs tomatoes

2 sweet peppers

1 melon

6 ears sweet corn

2 sweet onions

1 head garlic

1 lb carrots

1 lb potatoes


Regular share - summer

3 zucchini or squash

3 cucumbers

3 lbs tomatoes

3 sweet peppers

2 melons

8 ears sweet corn

3 sweet onions

2 heads garlic

1 lb carrots

1 lb potatoes

1 bunch chard


Small share - autumn

8 oz salad mix or spinach

2 heads broccoli

1 head cabbage

2 lbs sweet potatoes

2 lbs potatoes

1 butternut squash

1 head garlic

2 yellow onions


Regular share - autumn

12 oz salad mix or spinach

3 heads broccoli

1 head cabbage

3 lbs sweet potatoes

3 lbs potatoes

1 butternut squash

2 heads garlic

3 yellow onions

1 lb carrots



The Good Farm is a certified organic farm raising vegetables, berries, flowers, and herbs for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and farmer's market. Farmers John and Aimee Good specialize in providing the best quality and most flavorful varieties of the vegetables you love to eat- the staples! We have happy members - over 70% return every year!


Many customers say they eat healthier, feel better, learn to cook new things, save money, and even lose weight by joining the farm. We are all connected to farming, as we are all eaters. Experience seasonal eating. Support a type of farm that you can believe in; the kind you imagined as a child; where people pick the produce by hand, the soils are thriving, and the fields are full of life. Become a CSA member or visit The Good Farm at the Trexlertown Farmer's Market. Because "it's all GOOD!"


"Eating is an agricultural act" - Wendell Berry

8112 Church Rd.
Germansville, PA 18053
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