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EXPERIENCE LOCAL

WITH COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE

 

Rowland's Row is a small, family farm in Gold Hill offering ‘unconventional’, non-GMO, fruits and vegetables and CSA shares to Charlotte and the Piedmont of NC

Rowland’s Row Farm manages 30+ acres of land consisting of our 18 acre homestead and 12 additional acres of leased land. In 2018, the farm will have 12+ acres of over 50 varieties of sustainably grown fruits and vegetables, including blueberries, blackberries, asparagus and muscadines.  

"We strive to grow the highest quality fruits and vegetables possible - in line with organic practices and with no GMO’s. We call it 'unconventional agriculture'. It's all about food you can trust, from our family to yours."   - Joe Rowland

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where you'll find us

All of our produce and farm products are available at the Davidson Farmers Market every Saturday for most of the year.

 

Saturdays 8a-12p

www.davidsonfarmersmarket.org

Please check the market website for winter hours and closings.

community supported agriculture

CANCELLED FOR 2019

Rowland's Row offers market style CSA shares twice a year, in the Spring and Fall. As a member, you'll receive produce for 12 consecutive weeks that includes a variety of seasonal, fresh fruits, vegetables and some herbs and mushrooms when available - picked just for you. We offer pick up locations at our Saturday morning markets in Davidson and Matthews between 8am-Noon. Our CSA shares are market style, meaning we bring the designated items for each week in bulk and members should bring a reusable bag to carry their share.

What's in it for you:

- A seasonal supply of fresh, local, competitively priced produce and farm products

- A direct relationship with the farmers producing your food

- The opportunity to learn about agriculture and local ecosystems

-  A community-building connection with farmers and other CSA members

When you join, you'll also be given access to a private Facebook group where we'll post what to expect each week, special announcements and farm photos.

What's in it for us:

- CSA shares are sold before the harvest season to provide funds for operating expenses like seed purchases and equipment maintenance.

- As a CSA member, you share in some of the risk associated with farming, such as crop failures or lower than expected yields. You also share in any over abundance, often times receiving additional items during peak times of the season.


what's in my share?

While we can't predict exactly what will be in your box each week, here is an example of some of the produce offered throughout the year.

early spring share:

Strawberries
Red Russian Kale
Fennel
Leeks
Carrots
Beets
Lettuce Mix

Late spring share:

Arugula
Cucumbers
Tomatoes
 Peppers
Squash
Onions
Potatoes

Early fall share:

Tomatoes
Okra
Eggplant
Peppers
Radishes
Arugula
Muscadine Grapes

Late fall share:

Purple Top Turnips
Kohlrabi
Beets
Carrots
Bok Choy
Cabbage
Shiitake Mushrooms


In 2012, Dani and Joe bought their 18 acre farm in Gold Hill, where they currently live and produce non GMO fruits, vegetables, herbs, and mushrooms . In September of 2016, they welcomed their daughter, Eleanor Pearl, truly completing their vision of a family farm. The Rowland’s are passionate about growing, cooking and eating fresh, local food and using that passion to connect with their community.

In 2012, Dani and Joe bought their 18 acre farm in Gold Hill, where they currently live and produce non GMO fruits, vegetables, herbs, and mushrooms . In September of 2016, they welcomed their daughter, Eleanor Pearl, truly completing their vision of a family farm. The Rowland’s are passionate about growing, cooking and eating fresh, local food and using that passion to connect with their community.

In 2018, Joe and Dani will be partnering with Dylan Alexander of Alexander Acres to bring even more local, non GMO farm products to their community. With a background in organic vegetable production, Dylan specializes in transplants and greenhouse management and recently obtained his wild mushroom foraging certification. He and his wife, Kelly, live around the corner from Rowland's Row on their 14 acre farm.

In 2018, Joe and Dani will be partnering with Dylan Alexander of Alexander Acres to bring even more local, non GMO farm products to their community. With a background in organic vegetable production, Dylan specializes in transplants and greenhouse management and recently obtained his wild mushroom foraging certification. He and his wife, Kelly, live around the corner from Rowland's Row on their 14 acre farm.

Have questions about our farm, products or CSA? Get in touch!

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