"I saved money through the CSA for a superior product." ~2016 CSA customer
Your fruit is honestly the best tasting, highest quality we have ever had. 
2016 CSA customer
"Your fruit is fresh and delicious and the CSA pick up is convenient and organized. 
The price is great for a whole season of fruit!" 
~2014 CSA customer

2017 Information

  • Refer a friend and receive a $5.00 coupon
  • Pick up locations in Albion, Medina, and Clarence
  • NEW Jam Share option: 2 half pints of homemade jam or jelly for 6 months
  • Freezer Share option has been updated so you have a choice of fruit
  • Egg CSA and Beef CSA for Albion and Medina pick up locations
  • Ability to add on chicken and pork to orders throughout the year.

This year, we are offering our traditional Panek Berry CSA 2017

We also have a Flower CSA through Flower Fields Forever (visit their web site at  http://www.flowerfieldsforever.com/) .  NEW this year, there is an option of flower delivery to nursing homes. Flower FF CSA brochure 2017 NURSING HOME SUPPLEMENT

Beef CSA  through Excelsior Farms (Bannister Beef).

More information about our Berry and Fruit CSA appears below:four berries

We invite you to join our community. We are offering Berry Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares. The share is a prepaid subscription for fresh berries throughout the growing season. CSA members will receive a variety of berries (and some other fruits) for 16 weeks (June-September or 20 weeks (June-October).  Full shares, half shares, and double shares and jam/freezer shares are available.

A Very Berry Season

An example of fruit received by full share members appears below.  The mix of fruit each week will be determined by harvest & availability. In weeks when we have ample supply, you will be able to help choose the assortment you receive.

Month           Fruit per week

June                      2 quarts strawberries

July                       2 pints raspberries or blueberries or 2 quarts cherries or a combination

August                  2 quarts everbearing (eb) strawberries

September          2 quarts eb strawberries, grapes, apples or a combination

Extended Season Share includes:

October          Premium apples (eg. Honey Crisp, Snap Dragon, Ruby Frost)

Pick Up Locations

All shares are projected to begin the second week in June, but will be adjusted based on the growing season.  Full, half, and double shares will be 16 consecutive weeks of pick ups.  Extended shares will be 20 consecutive weeks.  Jam shares will be once a month for four months (pick up weeks to be discussed individually).

There will be three pick up locations: Tuesdays in Albion at Panek’s Pickin’ Patch, Thursdays in Medina at Ledge Rock Farms (former Smith’s Farm Market) or Saturdays at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market


Sign up here: Panek Berry CSA 2017 brochure and sign up form

Flower FF CSA brochure 2017


Beef CSA Brochure 2017

11 comments on “CSA
  1. Sandy Trimmer says:

    Need to know price please!

  2. Nicole R says:

    Hi. I’m interested in your berry share. First, are there still shares available? I see you will be at the Clarence Farmer’s Market this week. Will you always be there? If so, would I be able to use that as a pick up site?

    • gespanek15@gmail.com says:

      Thanks so much for your interest in our Berry CSA. Unfortunately, sign ups are closed for the season, but you can always contact us with a pre-order and we can save the items for you at the Clarence Farmers’ Market. You can call 585-590-2356 or email gespanek15@gmail.com with your requests. Please give us at least 24 hour notice. We will look into having Clarence FM as a pick up for our CSA for 2015. Thanks for the suggestion!

  3. julie marquart says:

    I need some clarification about the jam share. Is it 12 pts. of any kind of jam per month? Or will there be specific kinds– Thank you

    • gespanek15@gmail.com says:

      Sorry for the confusion. The Jam/Freezer Share is actually designed for those who wish to make jam or freeze/can fruit for the winter months. So it is actually pints or quarts of fruit. That being said, we do sell jam and jelly at our farm stand and at the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market. We discount bulk orders. If you are interested in that, you would have your choice of jams and jellies.

  4. Kathleen Hurtgam says:

    I am wondering if your fruits and veggies are organic and have chemicals. My family is trying to eat foods that are natural for health reasons. This is a great idea!

    • gespanek15@gmail.com says:

      Our farm is not organic but we practice Integrated Pest Management. We monitor our plants and lovingly protect and treat them only if necessary. We believe in a quality product grown in a responsible and sustainable manner. Please feel free to contact us if you have further questions

  5. Audrey says:

    Strongly looking at this for a daycare center in Medina. Would be interested in the fruit and vegetables. Not sure what size would be appropriate for the center. We serve on average 30/45 children a day with fresh fruits and veggies in almost every snack/meal. Was unsure of your pick up location and approximate prices. This would be wonderful to offer to our students. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you

  6. Charlotte Breunig says:

    Sounds like the fruit shares are all gone. How about the vegetable shares? If still avalable how much? Do you sell 1/2 shares for vegetables

    • gespanek15@gmail.com says:

      Hi Charlotte. all of our CSA shares are still available. The comment about us not taking anymore for the year was from last year. We don’t offer half veg shares but recommend people share with a family member or friend.

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