Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a farming model in which consumers purchase food directly from the farmers who grow it. In the winter and spring, CSA Members pay in advance for a share of the food to be grown during the upcoming season. Members share in the bounty of productive seasons, as well as the risk of less abundant years.
By investing in our farm each year, Members help ensure the ongoing presence of their local farm in the community, and become connected with their food and the people who grow it.
Farming is risky business, and CSA Members' direct investment in sustainable agriculture helps guarantee the presence of small, diversified family farms in our community.