COVID-19 Response at ARTfarm; How to Get Food

We’ve been fielding lots of calls and messages from folks who want to shop for one or two items at the farm. We have temporarily closed the farmstands for the rest of the 2019-2020 growing season due to efforts to practice social distancing, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Carrots that twisted together while growing, on a bed of scallions
Don’t let life tie you in knots!

We ARE distributing our produce through pre-reserved, pre-packaged farm shares, ordered through our website, with once-a-week distribution. Check our recent posts on this site (scroll down the page) for instructions on how to participate. A fresh new farm share signup is posted every Friday, typically close to 10am. Customers can reserve a limited number of items, and arrive in staggered pre-reserved pickup groups the following day to collect their items. This makes the social exposure much less, assures that customers are not touching food items, and keeps the interactions very brief.

Sign up for FARM EMAILS to receive the weekly harvest list, pricing and signup link.

We love our customers, we miss chatting with you, and we’re proud of everyone in the Virgin Islands working together to flatten the curve. Special thanks to our healthcare and essential workers who are on the job to keep everyone healthy and safe and fed.

2 thoughts on “COVID-19 Response at ARTfarm; How to Get Food

  1. My iPhone needs the WiFi button slid to OFF to be able to submit the order form. Simple fix.
    Have to stand where there are bars to send in my house.
    💟☮️. 😷

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