The CSA Philosophy
CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a model in which members pay up front for a portion, or share, of the season's harvest. The farmer uses the funds to help cover the costs of growing the food, and, in return, the member receives a regular supply of produce throughout the season.
In the spirit of Community Supported Agriculture, the member is connected to the highs and lows of the farm. With their investment, members share the inherent risks associated with farming, as well as the potential rewards of a bountiful harvest.
Benefits of CSA
CSAs help farmers by guaranteeing a market for our crops and providing cash flow to help cover the season's growing expenses. Members benefit by enjoying a "share" full of high quality, fresh, healthy, local produce—becoming attuned to what can be grown seasonally in their region.
By purchasing directly from our farm, our members partner with us in becoming stewards of the land. They also invest in their local food system—and their local economy—and help our family farm and our employees thrive. Ultimately, members forge a relationship with the farmers who nourish their family, gaining a greater understanding of where their food comes from, how it's grown, and what it takes to go from seed to plate.
Learn more about our CSA at the links below. If you've read the details, click below to join!