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2015 Member Handbook

Here is a link to our 2015 Member Handbook.

NHF member handbook 2015

This has all the information you will need to make your CSA experience go smoothly.

Early Start


Adam and Sarma having fun with kale.


An early start to the planting season. We got our first round of brassicas (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale) and our onions in yesterday. Quite a change from the past two snowy springs.

2015 CSA Shares are sold out

Revised 4/2/15:

We are sold out of shares for 2015.  Thank you so much for your interest in our farm.  If you would like to be put on our waiting list, please click on the link below.  We will let you know if anything opens up for this season and we will add you to our mailing list for next season.  Thanks!

Northern Harvest Farm waiting/mailing list

If you have any questions please call or email Rick at:


Member renewal information


Thank you to all of our 2014 CSA members!  You make our farm possible.  We love being your farmers and hope you will consider renewing your membership with us for the 2015 season.  If you would like to renew your membership at this time please fill out the


then mail a deposit of $50 to secure your share.  For pricing information, etc. please click on the order form link above.  Once you have filled out the order form, please remember to click the “submit” button.  If you would prefer us to mail or email you an order form please call or email.

As usual, we will still be sending out renewal information in February of 2015.

We are ONLY taking orders from current Northern Harvest Farm CSA members.  We will open up membership to the general public in March of 2015.  If you would like to get on our waiting list for next season, or if you have any questions about the farm or what it means to be a CSA member, please call or email.

Rick and Karola Dalen


Sign up by November 30th, 2014 and get $15 off a full share, or $5 off an “every other week” share!

Member potluck 2014

We had a great time on Saturday at the annual member pot luck.  First we shared a lovely meal together, then we went for a tour around the farm.  We picked a little kale, dug up some potatoes and carrots, and talked about some of the farming practices we use.  For me the highlight was seeing the kids’ faces when they were pulling potatoes out of the ground!  Thanks to all the folks who made it out, we really enjoyed spending time with you and showing you around the farm.

What to help your local farmer?


If anyone would like to volunteer on the farm, this would be a really great time for it.  We are planning to set aside some time on Thursday mornings to work on the deer fence.  If you are interested in helping out any of the following Thursday mornings starting at 9 a.m., please give us a call or email (218-384-9779 or

Sept 11, 18, 25

Oct 2, 9, 16

Potatoes: lookin’ good