What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a local program that allows individuals to receive fresh produce from community farmers throughout the growing season. It is a partnership between local farms, growers, and consumers that acknowledge the benefits of using neighboring sources for food production.
Customers join with local growers by paying a fee prior to the growing season and receiving a weekly share of the current harvest. These shares are divided into boxes that could include, but would not be limited to: Fruits, vegetables, herbs, fresh-cut flowers, honey, and more!
What can you expect to receive?
The items in your share will vary based on the time of season, but only the freshest products will be included for distribution. CSA members also receive 10% off all flower purchases and bulk orders of produce for canning/freezing.
What are the benefits?
Community Supported Agriculture is becoming a rapidly growing trend as communities realize the mutual benefit to both farmers and consumers. Major studies have shown that eating local produce is the best way to consume fruits and vegetables. When purchasing locally, not only are you supporting community farms and tradesmen, but you are also aware of where your goods are produced and the quality of your food. Support local agriculture!