Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)



The Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) consists of a community of individuals who commit to sharing the benefits and risks of farming, and in return enjoy fresh, organic vegetables at a great value and a special relationship with the farm.

In the spring, CSA members buy a "share" of the farm's produce which helps cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation and pay the farmer a living wage. In return, members receive shares in the farm's bounty throughout the growing season, as well as satisfaction gained from participating directly in food production on farm visits and helping build a more local and equitable agricultural system.

Your commitment as a CSA member allows growers to maintain productive and profitable small farms and ensures the survival of local agriculture today and for future generations.

Further information about the CSA for 2010 will be available before the Spring season (in April or May). Stay tuned!