Shattuck Gardens/The Berkeley Basket
An Urban CSA in Berkeley California
Welcome to the Shattuck Gardens/Berkeley Basket CSA Website.
Shattuck Gardens in an intensively cultivated urban farm that produces enough fresh produce for about
20 people - in a normal-sized North Berkeley backyard, supplemented with small plots in neighborhood yards.
A partnership between Urban Farmers Willow Rosenthal (Co-Author of The Essential Urban Farmer) and
Colette Rowe, and the family of Sophie Hahn & Eric Bjerkholt, Shattuck Gardens/The Berkeley Basket is an
economically viable model for the production, distribution and consumption of low input, organically grown,
sustainably produced urban food.
We are happy to share our model, which we believe is widely replicable, and hope to inspire others to grown and
consume sustainable, organic fresh food in urban and suburban environments.
This website is designed primarily for use by members of the Shattuck Gardens/The Berkeley Basket CSA. If you
would like more information about the Shattuck Gardens model of urban farming, please contact us at the
emails listed below.
Notes, recipes and other information will be posted on this website from time to time. We will send a link to
CSA members when new material is available.
Thank you for being a part of Shattuck Gardens/The Berkeley Basket CSA!
To reach Colette Rowe, click here: email@example.com
To reach Sophie Hahn, click here: Sophiehahn@sbcglobal.net
To reach Willow Rosenthal, click here: Willow.firstname.lastname@example.org
To visit the Berkeley Edible Gardens Website (chronicling our successful effort to amend Berkeley's
Zoning Code to allow the sale and trade of homegrown produce), click here: www.berkeleyediblegardens.org
Produce Basket Season - 2016:
What is a CSA and how does it work?:
and will charge for shares throughout the growing season.
Shattuck Gardens/The Berkeley Basket CSA Shares:
Shattuck Gardens Eggs:
What we Grow: