About our CSA
What is a CSA?
Community Shared Agriculture is a concept in which the consumers get a variety of high quality, fresh vegetables at an affordable price, while supporting small scale, environmentally and community oriented food production.
CSA is a way to experience directly how food is grown. CSA is also a way for people to re-establish a social community around food – a mutually beneficial partnership of farmers and members. CSA is also a way to keep local money in the local community and reduce your environmental footprint.
CSA is a shared risk model
The farmer works hard to ensure a bountiful harvest and plants a large variety of vegetables, however sometimes weather, disease, or pests will affect the harvest. Members agree to share this risk with the farmer. This provides security to the farmer and the consumer.
By signing up for a CSA, share members receive a bounty of our fresh, locally grown organic vegetables weekly throughout the growing season.
We proudly offer a Summer and Winter CSA covering the months of May – January.
Our Organic vegetables contain:
- NO pesticides
- NO herbicides
- NO fungicides
- NO synthetic fertilizers