This is the kind of organization that makes me proud to live in Indiana. Organic farming right in our own backyard! They grow over 200 varieties - mostly heirloom and unique produce known for its flavor and appearance.
If you're not familiar with the Creme de la Crop program, the way it works is you purchase a membership or "share" in the farm. You pre-pay for your share ahead of the harvest, this gives the farm the money they need up front to cover costs. Come harvest time, you get a share of the crops.
How much your share costs depends on what produce you want. First, choose what type of produce package you want - Summer Fruit (June-Oct), Summer Veggies (June-Oct), Winter Fruit (Nov-Dec) and/or Winter Veggies (Nov-Dec). Next, choose where you want Standard or Epicurean. Standard means your regular varieties like apples, blueberries, clementines, etc. Epicurean will include gourmet varieties like persimmons and pomegranates. Last, choose whether you want a Full Membership or Half Membership. Half gives you enough produce for 2 people, Full gives you enough for a family of 4 or more.
They give tours of the farm and also have a farm apprenticeship program.
Updated from previous review on Thursday September 27, 2012. Please see my reasons for downgrading this rating below.