Get ready for a curated culinary-driven, local experience that is grown just for you! Together with The Farm on Central, we're launching a seasonal weekly subscription to our Local Garden Box, featuring produce grown exclusively by the Kilpatrick family for Dorothy Lane Market. But this isn’t your typical local produce haul; think culinary-driven produce that’s aimed to spark excitement in the kitchen, with a local twist, of course. And to help you with your culinary endeavors, DLM’s Chef Carrie has crafted recipes that highlight some of the selections from each week’s Garden Box.
The Local Garden Box is a seasonal weekly subscription-based experience, brought to you by The Farm on Central and Dorothy Lane Market. Prix-fixe contents are grown and curated exclusively by The Farm on Central but are reserved online and picked up at Dorothy Lane Market.
With a limited number of shares available each week to this Dayton, OH CSA, registration is required and will close when spots are full. The Kilpatrick family is excited to bring each weekly box to life, so meticulous planning starts about six months ahead so that planting can be coordinated on their Carlisle-based farm.
We’ve broken an 18-week season into three separate 6-week subscription periods. Or, you can subscribe for the full season. All Local Garden Boxes will be delivered to your DLM location’s produce department on Wednesdays after 2 p.m. We recommend that you pick it up within 24 hours of its arrival.
6 weekly Garden Boxes delivered on June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29, and July 6
6 weekly Garden Boxes delivered on July 13, July 20, July 27, Aug. 3, Aug. 10, Aug. 17
6 weekly Garden Boxes delivered on Aug. 24, Aug. 31, Sept. 7, Sept. 14, Sept. 21, Sept. 28
18 weekly Garden Boxes delivered on Wednesdays, June 1-Sept. 28
The family behind The Farm on Central approaches farming like a living and breathing form of art—with the farm setting the creative canvas for more than just a livelihood but a lifestyle to be shared with others. They do this through various initiatives, like the culinary-driven Local Garden Box. Meet the Kilpatricks who are showing what the next generation of farming looks like.