How Our CSA Works
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA consists of a cooperative between farmers and consumers. Consumers, known as shareholders or members, provide enough money in early spring to meet the farms operating expenses for the upcoming season. In exchange, the members receive a portion of the farms produce each week throughout the season.
Your involvement in a CSA provides you more than just fresh produce-it's an investment in your community, an experience that allows you to connect to your food, the land, and those who tend the soil. CSA farms engage their members in agriculture through newsletters, harvest days, and farm celebrations. Throughout the season, members get to know the farmers who grow their food and learn how that food is grown. Shares are limited and are available on a first come basis.
Contact Us to be added to our mailing list so you recieve the most up-to-date information as soon as it's available! Fresh beef, chickens, turkeys and pork are available for purchase year round. We have received a grant from the government for High Tunnel Hoop Houses that will extend our growing season and are up to receive another one this year.
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