From our greenhouse to your garden

Let the Growing Collective help start your garden!

Join Us for the 8th Annual Plant Sale!

The Plant Sale will still take place May 11 – 26th, 2020. NEW for 2020 – due to COVID-19, orders will be accepted in advance ONLINE and available for curbside pick-up at Farmshed during scheduled pick-up times. Watch this page for updates and shop links!

Online Shop Release Dates

Tuesday, May 5th: Online viewing catalog released
Monday, May 11th @ 7pm: Online shop opens for Farmshed Member Pre-Sale
Saturday May 16 @ 9am: Online shop opens to the public

Become a member to shop early and take advantage of our Spring Membership Drive discounts for couples and households! Thanks for your support.


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2020 Viewing Catalog

Pick-up Instructions and Details:

Due to COVID-19 all orders need to be placed in advance; plants will be pre-selected and packed prior to your arrival. Contact us at (715) 544-6154 for assistance if you need help placing an order. Sorry, no same-day orders will be accepted.

Place your order by 11:59PM on May 19th to pick-up your plants during our May 21-23* distribution times
Place your order by 11:59PM on May 26th to pick-up your plants during our May 29-30* distribution times

*You will receive detailed instructions and a schedule once you place your order. Please follow these carefully to help keep our community safe during COVID-19. Farmshed is located at 1220 Briggs Court in downtown Stevens Point.

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Guide to Hardening Off Your Plants

About the Growing Collective

The Growing Collective is a group of Farmshed members. They work together to grow vegetable starts from seed, including heirloom, organic and unique varieties of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and many more in Farmshed’s greenhouse. The Growing Collective is proud to support community groups and school gardens, including the Stevens Point Area YMCA Farm to School Program, and Giving Gardens of Portage County. Please note: Growing Collective volunteer member use of the greenhouse has been restricted due to COVID-19.

**Learn more about the Growing Collective Here**

To get involved by becoming a volunteer, or to learn more, contact Central Rivers Farmshed by emailing or calling 715.544.6154.


We are a community that thrives on locally grown food produced in ways that are good for our health and the health of our land, water, and air


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