CSA: Community Supported Agriculture Farms

Farms Providing CSA Options

What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

Community Supported Agriculture is a community of individuals who pledge support to a local farm by purchasing farm shares, generally at a flat-rate per season for weekly deliveries/boxes of produce (usually available in full and half shares). Funds collected go directly back into that farm, cover costs such as a farm’s operation, supplies, equipment and labor. In return, members enjoy a share of the farm’s products throughout the season the satisfaction of knowing the people who grow their food. CSA shares vary from farm to farm, based on what each farm grows and produces — most include fresh, seasonal produce and some include herbs, flowers and other items grown at their locations.

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