Golden Farmers Market CSA pickup 8am – 12:30pm Saturdays


Ela Weekly Organic Fruit Share – $375 July 27 – October 5: enjoy certified organic peaches, plums, apples, pears, heirloom tomatoes, and apple cider. The share suits a family of 2-5 people and averages 6.8 lbs. of fruit per week.

Ela Canning Organic Fruit share – $200 August – October: bulk 20lb boxes of “imperfect” fruit picked up fewer times during Colorado fruit season. Can it, freeze it, jam it, dry it …or just gobble it up at a bargain price.

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Ela CSA fruit shares are available for purchase in the spring from April through mid-June or until the total available 300 shares are sold out. You can tell if a share is open for purchase by adding a share to your cart on the website. If it works, the share is available!


Farmers deal with a lot of unknowns. A great way to support local agriculture is by becoming a CSA member at Ela Family Farms so that we can rely on you to show up at the farmers market rain or shine to eat the fruit that is being harvested each week. We grow over 50 varieties of fruit that we pick at the peak of flavor and oftentimes sell out of prized fruit at our farmers markets. As a CSA member, you get top priority to a portion of our fruit crop, so go ahead and press the snooze button or have that second cup of coffee, because your fruit will be waiting for you when you get to the farmers market! 

Because ripening dates are dynamic, flexibility is required of our members. The contents of your fruit share will reflect the realities of our harvest, so the contents below may vary. After all, taking the twists and turns and bumps in the road with your farmer is part of the CSA commitment and adventure! In turn, we guarantee that our fruit will be delicious and that our members receive a portion of our harvest each week.

Predicted Fruit Share Schedules 

Ela Weekly CSA Organic Fruit Share- $375
Enjoy 11 weeks and over 75 pounds of Ela’s tree-ripened organic fruit

July 27–  PEACHES
Aug. 3–   Two organic fruits: PEACHES + (PLUMS OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Aug. 10– Two organic fruits: PEACHES + (PLUMS OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Aug. 17– Two organic fruits: PEACHES + (PLUMS OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Aug. 24– Two organic fruits: PEACHES + (PLUMS OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Sept. 7–   Three organic fruits: (PEACHES OR APPLES) + (PEARS OR PLUMS) + HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
Sept. 14– Two organic fruits: APPLES + (PEARS OR PLUMS, OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Sept. 21– Two organic fruits: APPLES + (PEARS OR PLUMS, OR HEIRLOOM TOMATOES)
Sept. 28 -Three organic items: HONEYCRISP APPLES + (PEARS OR PEACHES) + CIDER
Oct. 5–     Three organic fruits: APPLES + (PEARS OR PLUMS) + HEIRLOOM TOMATOES

Ela Canning CSA Share- $200
100 pounds of imperfect organic fruit
Eat organic fruit for less than conventional prices!

Aug. 10–   HEIRLOOM TOMATOES – 20lbs.
Aug. 24– – PEACHES 20lbs.
Sept. 14–  BARTLETT PEARS – 20lbs.
Sept. 28–  APPLES – 20lbs.
Oct. 5–      APPLES – 20 lbs. 


Understandably, there are weeks when you are unable to come and pick up your share. Don’t worry! We will make fruit up to you. Simply pick up a similar amount of fruit from what’s available the week before or the week following your absence. No advance notice is required. Members must pick up their share 30 minutes before the farmers market closes. Fruit that is not picked up will be sold so that members can make up fruit and we don’t waste it. Sorry, we do not offer switching between pick-up sites. Makeup Guidelines
If you have further questions or would like to pay with a check, contact

We look forward to seeing you at the farmers markets!

We are offering a bunch of virtual learning and on-farm experiences this year, and invite you to join us! Consider adding a new aspect of participating in the farm:

Custom Individualized Tours/Experiences

Annual Free Camping & Farm Tour May 4-5 2024

Adopt a Tree (or Three!)

Additional information


Preserving/Canning Share, Weekly

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