Welcome to the NBN website

For new members, please select the button on the top menu "place order". It will take you to a self explanatory listing. When you submit your order you will see a list of everything to review and then you confirm the order. On some slower connections or mobile devices, hitting the confirm/submit button twice will create a double order. If you get 2 confirmation emails, it means you placed 2 orders. Please bring your driver's license to the first pick up.

If you order past noon on Sundays, your order will automatically be scheduled for the following Thursday pick up. When placing your order, you will see the dates available as a pull down menu in the lower left of the ordering screen. If the upcoming Thursday is not available, the order has been placed too late. I will do everything I can to help if you have questions. Be sure to check the pick-up date is correct before confirming order.

Please help the coop keep prices as low as possible by RETURNING GLASSWARE. Please return only our glassware. We cannot use other glass containers other than the ones you get from us. Egg carton returns are also very much appreciated. You will find a return basket or bag at every Thursday pick up.

For existing members Please check categories you may not often shop, as new items are added or altered a bit based on member feedback. You will find item availability and prices do change. This is a part of how a private co-op functions. Please feel free to email me if you have any suggestions.

We will serve you every Thursday in December

The way the calendar falls this year, we are able to offer co-op pick ups every Thursday in December as well as the first week in the new year. Wishing you all health, happiness and prosperity this season.

All chicken will be now be frozen

If you order chicken as of Dec 1, the meat will come to us frozen. Fresh chicken usually starts up again in Spring.

Ordering for weeks in advance

Did you know that you can use the website to order for weeks in advance? You can order up to 6 weeks in advance. On the ordering screen at the bottom left, the pick up date is listed. You can pull down that menu and select dates in advance. Each date requires a separate order. You are also welcome to make more than one order for a particular date. An example of what some folks find convenient is to place multiple standard orders in advance, and then on any given week, you can always add an additional order to get other items you may want. The farmers are helped by consistency and you have the freedom to add as your needs shift throughout the month. Hoping to offer anything that makes this process more convenient, as we are aware that stopping over weekly requires no small effort. We thank you for making the effort and prioritizing locally sourced fresh food.

Two confirmation emails means you placed two orders

When placing orders, pushing the confirm/submit button twice will create a double order. This can happen sometimes on a slow or dropped connection or for mobile devices. Please email us to alert us if you receive two confirmations and we'll delete the second order. It is not possible at this time for members to delete orders.

The easiest way to handle a late order?

Add the $5 late fee as an item to your order. If you missed the Sunday 12noon deadline, the system will automatically place your order for the following pick up date. If you are within a few hours of the deadline and still want to get an order in for this week, just place the order with the late fee. It signals us that you do indeed want the items for the current week and then there is no need for emails or requesting us to place orders. You can make sure your order is the way you want it and we'll know to move the date.

This system is only useful for the Sunday afternoon hours and does not apply for late evening or Monday orders as the farmer have already been contacted by then. Thank you. We strive to make the little things about this co-op easy, because we understand stopping over to see us once a week is no small thing in your busy schedules.