JOIN OUR CSA & RECEIVE FRESH PRODUCE WEEKLY
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Produce grown in Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center's Beneficial Beans Garden is planted, cared for, harvested and prepared for sale by adults with autism who are participating in a pre-employment internship.
Produce is sold through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and is a sustainable way of supporting local farmers. Beneficial Beans has incorporated its social enterprise initiative of supporting interns while they develop vital employment skills so they may achieve meaningful employment in our community.
Our produce is grown using organic practices and crops vary by season. As seasons change, the abundance of what we are able to produce fluctuates which impacts what members receive- we strive to provide a good value and experience for everyone.
Produce is $20/week for a 10-week season and 100 percent of proceeds benefit adults with autism. CSA members have the option to pay each week or up front for the season (cash, cards, and checks accepted).
For questions, please contact Sarah Grone at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Beneficial Beans Garden is home to 20 chickens cared for by adults with autism. Our hens lay fresh eggs daily, are fed an organic,
non-GMO food, and are oh-so-spoiled with garden treats!
- Not available online
- Available for pick-up at our 16th street location on Wednesdays from 3-6 p.m.
- $6/ dozen and $3/ half dozen
EAT SEASONALLY + LOCAL WHILE SUPPORTING ADULTS WITH AUTISM