Health and Wellness Program
Looking for a stand-out employee benefit?
Host a Silverthorn Farm CSA pick up location at your office. It’s easy (and FREE)!
What’s a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and it’s a membership program that allows members to get the freshest food available while supporting a local farm directly. But, unlike many CSA programs, Silverthorn allows its members to select the items they want each time they order. No surprises!
About Corporate Membership
- We’ll deliver fresh produce to your office weekly or bi-weekly* with a minimum of 10 employees participating
- Your employees will have access to an easy online ordering system
- Employees enroll with Silverthorn Farm directly and can pay their annual membership fee in a lump sum or in easy monthly payments
- Your Health & Wellness coordinator will receive a complimentary small share as our way of saying THANK YOU
- We can provide you with an annual roster of participating employees for tracking in your Health & Wellness program
- Shares start at just $10 a week for a small share
Healthy food feeds productivity!
- 4-7 cups of fresh fruits and vegetables are recommended by the USDA to keep adults healthy and healthy employees take fewer sick days!
- Eating more vegetables reduces the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer, potentially reducing health care costs.
- A Quantum Workplace report found that employee engagement got a 10% boost when employers offered healthy food options.
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About Silverthorn Farm
Nate and Emily Parks started farming in Darlington, Indiana in 2006 and later moved to a plot of family land in Rossville. What began as a small planting of pumpkins and melons has now grown to over 200 varieties of vegetables on 25 acres. In addition to raising vegetables, they began raising pastured pork, grassfed beef and eggs creating a healthy cycle that nurtures the land.
The farm originally got its start in 1864 by William Silverthorn, Emily’s great, great, great grandfather. Today, Nate and Emily keep the family tradition alive and are raising their three kids on the farm.
*Depends on season and share type.