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Flagstaff CSA & Local Market

Fourteenth Week of the Winter Share!

Share is In and ready for Pick Up! 

What's in the Share:


Lemons or Onions
Grapefruit or Oranges
Red or Sweet Potatoes
Kale or Collards
Brussels Sprouts
Beets or Kohlrabi


Pick Up times are between between 12-7pm.

Spring Share Starts in One Month!

The Spring Share features Blue Sky & Crooked Sky Farm. It runs for 14 weeks and includes  items such as celery, greens, root vegetables, strawberries and more!

You can sign up online or in the market.


Check out more items in season during the spring.



Fresh, Seasonal, Local Produce in the Market:

Blood Oranges
Fingerling Potatoes
Butterkin Squash
Delicata Squash
Mandarin Oranges
Meyer Lemons

Red and Gold Onions
Gold Beets
Red Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes


We take EBT/SNAP! All food items are eligible for purchase with a SNAP card.

We now also offer Double Up Food Bucks. Receive free tokens whenever you swipe your EBT card at the CSA - tokens can then be used to purchase fresh Arizona grown fruits and vegetables.



Make Ahead Broccoli and Quinoa



  • Kosher salt

  • ½ cup dried white or red quinoa, rinsed

  • 2 small or 1 large head of broccoli, stalk end trimmed (about 1 pound)

  • 6 pitted dates (preferably not Medjool), chopped

  • 3 scallions, thinly sliced

  • 4 ounces sharp cheddar, cut into ¼-inch pieces (about 1 cup)

  • ⅓ cup salted, roasted almonds, chopped

  • 1½ teaspoons crushed red pepper flakes

  • ¼ cup olive oil

  • 3 tablespoons (or more) fresh lemon juice


1. Bring a medium saucepan of salted water to a boil over high heat. You’re going to cook the quinoa like pasta, so the exact quantity of water doesn’t matter—just make sure saucepan is at least half full. Add ½ cup quinoa and return to a boil, then reduce heat to medium and cook at a gentle boil or lively simmer, uncovered, until you start to see the curly tail separate from the individual grains, 12–15 minutes. Even though you’re cooking the quinoa uncovered, you’re going to use the lid later, so make sure it’s within reach.

2. Taste quinoa and make sure it’s tender. If it’s still a little crunchy, cook another 2 minutes, then taste again. Once tender, drain quinoa in a fine-mesh strainer–keep saucepan close at hand–and shake off as much excess water as possible. Turn off your stove.
Immediately dump drained quinoa back into saucepan. Return to stove and cover, placing 2 layers of paper towels underneath lid. The paper towel is there to absorb liquid as quinoa continues to steam, making it fluffy instead of wet and soggy. Let sit on stove (make sure the burner is turned off) while you assemble the rest of the salad.

4. Hold head of broccoli by the stalk in your non-dominant hand over a large bowl. Rotating the stalk as you work, use your knife to shave off thin layers from the floret end, holding knife almost parallel to the buds and taking off just the tiny buds at first. Then use knife to shave off thin layers of the florets until you reach the thicker stems.

5. You’re going to trim and chop up the stalk because it’s (arguably) the most delicious part of the broccoli. Start by snapping off any remaining stems sticking out of the stalk. Using a vegetable peeler, remove fibrous outer layer of stalk until you get to the tender light green interior (you may have to go around with peeler several times). Chop up stalk and add to bowl.
6. Toss in 6 dates, 3 scallions, 4 oz. cheese, ⅓ cup almonds, 1½ tsp. red pepper, and quinoa. Add several generous pinches of salt and toss to combine.
7. Add ¼ cup oil and 3 Tbsp. lemon juice and toss to combine. Taste and add more salt, if needed.
8. Cover salad with plastic wrap, pressing it directly onto the surface. Let salad sit at least 30 minutes before serving (or transfer salad to an airtight container and chill up to 3 days). This allows the dates to soften and other ingredients to soak up all the lemon juice, oil, and seasonings.
9. Before serving, toss salad together, then taste and season with more salt and lemon juice, if needed.



We now have a Facebook group page to share recipes, and discuss the CSA Share! Click  to request to join!


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We'll update it with new info on produce, dairy, meat, and other new or popular items! Feel free to call in as well if you're curious about what we've got! 


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Flagstaff CSA & Local Market

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Contact & Hours

Monday from 10-6p
 - closed
Wednesday from 10-6p
Thursday from 10-6p
Friday from 10-6p
Saturday from 10-2p
 from 10-2p

116 W Cottage Ave.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Genevieve Perkins
Market Operations Coordinator

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