Adam's Heirlooms 

CSA Weekly Farm Baskets

Weekly Fresh, Local, Heirloom 

Produce for Your Family

How Does a CSA Farm Basket Work?

Weekly Fresh, Local Heirloom Produce for Your Family

6-10 Heirloom Different Veggies, Greens, &/or Herbs Every Week

Once a Month Bonus - Historically Inspired Specialty Item

Historical cookies, quick breads, cakes, & more.

Tips & Tricks for a Successful CSA Manual plus a A-Z Produce Storage Guide

18 Week Season   June through September  

(No CSA the week of July 4th)

Local Pick up Locations or Home Delivery

We only grow HEIRLOOMS

Everyone knows Heirloom Tomatoes have great colors & taste. But what about all the other vegetables?   

We grow Heirloom Everything!!  
This means you will get Heirloom Tomatoes, Heirloom Greens, Heirloom Beets, Heirloom Squash, Heirloom Beans, Heirloom Radishes – You get the picture!  
We specialize in growing very old varieties, many of which can be dated back before 1900, so we promise you no GMOs in your produce.  

What Vegetables Can I Expect in my Farm Basket?

Each week you will receive 6-10 different items of the freshest produce harvested that week.


Early Season-  

Lettuce, Kale, Spinach, Arugula, Radishes, Green Onions, Green Garlic, Rhubarb, Fresh Herbs, Peas, Sorrel, Swiss Chard, Baby Beets

Mid-Season -

Beans, Summer Squash, Swiss Chard, Kale, Lettuce, Green Onions, Basil, Cucumbers, Carrots, Beets,  Radish Pods, Sorrel,
 Tomatoes, Shallots, Garlic, Onions, Dill, Garlic Chive Flowers,

Late Season - 

Tomatoes, Beans, Peppers, Carrots, Onions, Summer Squash, Potatoes, Radishes, Beets, Kale, Sorrel, Swiss Chard, Lettuce, Garlic, Shallots, Winter Squash, Celery Root, Leeks, Parsnips

CSA Farm Basket Memberships  

18 Week Membership  

Weekly Farm Basket -  $600 

Weekly Farm Basket plus 1 dozen Soy Free Eggs - $690

Pick Up Locations & Home Delivery

Pick up Locations

  • Green Bay Downtown Farmer's Market  on Saturdays  7:00am - 12:00pm
  • Grow It Forward Parking Lot - Downtown Manitowoc on Thursdays 5:30 - 6:00pm
  • Pick up at the Farm - Mishicot on Thursdays after 5pm

Home Delivery Areas

  • Manitowoc
  • Two Rivers
  • Green Bay
  • DePere
  • Mishicot

(Some areas have limitations - Delivery address must be approved)

Frequently Asked Questions

Payment Options?

We accept Cash, Check, & Credit Card

Payments may be made in 1 full payment or in up to 3 scheduled payments

Minimum $100 deposit required at Sign up

All Farm Basket payments are non-refundable after May 31st


Where is the produce grown?

Products are grown at Adam's Heirlooms farm in Mishicot, WI. We will occasionally partner with other local farms that follow similar growing practices in Manitowoc & Brown counties.  

Are you Organic?

We are not certified organic.  We use sustainable, natural growing practices.  We do not use chemicals on our farm for weed or bug control, instead we find other methods of control & will continue to do so to provide your family with healthy, naturally grown produce.   

What are my responsibilities as a Farm Basket Member?

You are responsible to pick up your share each week from the designated location during the pick up time-frame.  Or for home delivery, you are responsible for leaving a cooler out on the designated day, for us to deliver to your home.   

If you cannot pick your share or won't be home to receive your delivery, please arrange for someone else to pick up it up for you.   You are responsible for explaining the pick up location and procedures to your substitute.  
We take food safety seriously, taking all appropriate food safety measures during harvesting and post-harvest handling.  For your added protection, please wash your produce before enjoying.  
Contact us with any changes to your mailing address, email address, phone number, change to pick location, any problems of concerns you may have with your orders.   

What if I want to change pick up locations or get home delivery one week?

If you wish to change your pick up to another location you must contact Adam's Heirlooms 24 hours in advance by texting at 920-860-9779. We will do our best to accomodate the requested change.  

What if I can't pick up my farm basket one week?

If you cannot pick your farm basket or won't be home to receive your delivery, please arrange for someone else to pick up it up for you.   You are responsible for explaining the pick up location and procedures to your substitute.  

If you can not find someone else to enjoy your farm basket, then you must contact Adam's Heirlooms at least 48 hours in advance by texting at 920-860-9779. 

When is the produce harvested?

We generally harvest between 24-48 hours before your scheduled pick up or delivery to ensure your family is recieving the freshest products possible. Our CSA Farm Basket members receive first priority of the harvest. After filling our CSA Farm Baskets, the remainder of our produce is sold at farmer's market and to retail & wholesale customers. 

Will I receive the same produce every week?

No, we promise to do our best to provide you with a varied yet bountiful share each week.  The diversity of the produce will vary from week to week and month to month as we harvest those products that are in season each week.   

What happens if you have a crop failure?

Despite our best efforts extreme weather, insects, or other productions factors can affect availability of crops.  In the unlikely event of a crop failure we will first compensate by filling your share with other crops from our farm or partnering with another local farm. However if a large scale crop failure occurs we may not be able to deliver as great of a diversity of products some weeks. 

How to I contact Adam's Heirlooms?

The best way to communicate with us is via phone, text, or email.  
920-860-9779  ----

The best times to reach us by phone or text are between 9am - 5pm Monday- Friday.   We will do our best to respond to you as soon as possible.  Please understand we spend most of our time in the fields & barns, and not at a desk. 

How Adam's Heirlooms communicate with me?

We will communicate with you by email with a weekly newsletter.   Please be sure to read the newsletter for any important notifications or necessary changes that may occur throughout the season.   The newsletter will also give you information about our crops, news about the farm and  recipe ideas for the heirloom produce.  If there is an emergecy or urgent news, we will attempt to contact you by text.