CSA = Community Supported Agriculture

Growers and consumers sharing an agricultural venture is nothing new. The broad definition of Community Supported Agriculture is any arrangement where the grower sells directly to the consumer without the aid of a retailer. Farmer Markets, U-Picks, Co-Operatives, and Harvest Sharing are all examples of how communities support their local ag producers. Consumers like this model because they can talk to the grower, often even visit their operation, and understand exactly where their food is coming from. Farmers also enjoy this model so we can educate our clients on our product, create long-lasting relationships and maintain financial independence.

With any form of CSA, the growers and consumers share the bounty of the harvest, and some of the risk as well. Not everything is going to grow every year; that is the nature of farming. Some years you will have more peas than you know what to do with and no plums at all because of a late frost. In the spring your box may be a little light, but by fall, it will be overflowing with wonderful produce and flowers. We will always do our best to provide you with the most plentiful harvest it is possible to grow.


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