What is CSA?


   CSA, or Community-Supported Agriculture, is a subscription to the fruit and vegetable harvest on the farm.  Also referred to as vegetable share program, CSA subscriptions provide members with a weekly or bi-weekly share of produce for the 18-week growing season.

 
 


How Does It Work?



You, the member, purchase a share in the farm's harvest for the 18-week season from June-October.  Each week members receive a produce subscription which they pick up on the farm.  Boxes contain an assortment of items that are in season on the farm that week.   Weekly e-mails are sent out that list the contents of boxes, recipe suggestions, farm updates, and harvest predictions for the next week.

  


There are many benefits to CSA that are shared by both farmers and members. 
 
Some benefits of Community-Supported Agriculture:  

  • Eat healthier with your family

  • Collect your food where it is grown and harvested

  • Produce is at its freshest, most flavorful, and most nutritious

  • Try new things.  Eat seasonally

  • Support your local community and farmers

  • Support proper methods of agriculture

  • Direct connection to where your food comes from

 
 

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