What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a co-op small-share membership package with 5 to 6 items ($68.50 value)
- $49 for a co-op medium-share membership package with 9 to 11 items ($83 value)
Each package includes:
- One-year co-op membership
- Initial bin
- Small or medium share
Operating an urban farmstead and co-op style produce share, Urban Acres partners with more than 50 local farms to connect conscientious consumers with local organic goods. Through enrollment in the co-op produce share, members pick up a treasure-trove of organic produce every other weekend from one of 18 pickup locations. After they receive their introductory small or medium share, members must prepay for each additional share every two weeks. Additional member benefits include access to meat, coffee, and granola shares, and enrollment in the the Rooster Loyalty program.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Subject to availability per location. Registration required online. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Urban Acres
Part-time personal chef Steven Bailey was growing tired of bland, industrially processed food. As detailed by D Magazine, Steven was determined to do something about his frustration, so he hit the road one weekend in his Volkswagen Rabbit and began scouring Texas farms and markets for fresher ingredients. The more organic, locally grown food he brought back, the more friends and neighbors started requesting some for themselves. The growing demand led Steven to start Urban Acres, where customers can track down organic produce, dairy, and grass-fed meats from local farmers and artisans who never use pesticides, hormones, artificial flavoring, or shoddy magnetic force fields.
As a customer of Urban Acres, customers pick large, medium, or small shares of organic fruits and veggies, as well as meat, coffee, and granola shares if desired. Urban Acres sells locally grown grub at its Oak Cliff Farmstead, which D Magazine says "brings a bit of country to the big city." There, visitors can find shelves and counters fashioned from reclaimed wood, a bee colony on the roof, and produce snuggled in boxes of hay. Urban Acres also offers hands-on educational opportunities to learn about small-scale urban farming.