WHAT IS CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a direct relationship between a local farm and its community, helping to provide a portion of a given farm’s operating budget by purchasing shares of the season’s harvest in advance of the growing season. CSAs are cooperative structures that have grown in popularity in recent years as a way to keep small scale farms viable.
This grassroots movement back to a local food system makes a statement that people would like to eat locally produced food with health and sustainability in mind. CSA shareholders make a commitment to support the farm financially at the start of the season, thereby assuming some of the costs and risks along with the grower.
In exchange for this commitment, we are able to provide you and your family with the freshest, healthiest vegetables possible, using farming methods that are beneficial to you and the environment.