Agriculture Supported Communities


Membership & Pick-up


Sign up for our 2017 season today!

Online Payments

Vegetable Shares
Click here to register and PAY IN FULL for the whole season with a credit card
Click here to register and PAY WEEKLY BY AUTOMATIC DEBIT with a credit card

Meat Shares
Click here to register and PAY IN FULL for the whole season with a credit card

Notes:
If you would like to register for BOTH a vegetable AND a meat share online, you must complete two separate transactions.

Bi-weekly automatic debit payments are available for meat shares, however you cannot register for this option online. Please use the form below.

Click here to view a small and regular meat share.

Registration Forms

If you prefer to PAY WEEKLY AT YOUR PICK-UP SITE with any other payment method (CASH, CREDIT CARD, EBT), click here to register and email completed form to cynthia.james@rodaleinstitute.org.

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2017 Pick-up Days and Times:

Thursdays (Starting 6/1/17)
Berks County Intermediate Unit (BCIU) Education Centre | 2101 Centre Ave.  Reading, PA | 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Rodale’s General Store | 1002 Pennsylvania Ave.  Emmaus, PA | 3:30 – 5:00 pm - THIS LOCATION IS FULL FOR THE 2017 SEASON
Sacred Heart Hospital Sigal Center | 450 West Chew Street  Allentown, PA | 3:30 – 6:00 pm

Saturdays (Starting 6/3/17)
Allentown YMCA | 425 South 15th Street  Allentown, PA | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Rodale Institute | 611 Siegfriedale Road  Kutztown, PA | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

If you are a weekly paying member, you will sign a commitment agreement to pick up your share of produce every week throughout the season. If you are away or cannot pick up your share a certain week, we do encourage you to have a friend or family member pick up your share for you. Simply email cynthia.james@rodaleinstitute.org to indicate who will be picking up your share that week. PLEASE NOTE: If your share is not picked up, you will still be charged for that week.

Members will need to bring their own grocery bags (cloth, paper or plastic—whatever works for you!) to carry their produce home each week.