What is CSA...?

When you become a member of Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, you play a direct role in regenerating your local food system--and you get a weekly haul of farm-fresh, organically grown vegetables to show for it! Unlike grocery produce, everything is harvested just hours before pick-up, maximizing taste, nutrition, and longevity. Alongside old favorites, you’ll be introduced to new varieties that open up exciting opportunities in the kitchen. You can sign up for our newsletter to get weekly recipe recommendations and tips for preparing your goodies.

How does it work? Members pay the full cost of the 22-week share upfront (or split the cost into two equal payments). This allows us to purchase seeds, supplies, and equipment for the year without accruing debt. As first generation farmers building our business, this is HUGE! Plus, it allows us to plan exactly how much to grow and when, so you always have seasonal, fresh options. The bottom line: by becoming a member, you’re directly supporting a local operation run with heart. You are part of the farm's success. You can visit the farm and talk to your farmers about the produce you're eating. CSA is based on trust, and you can rest easy knowing that we care as much about what's going into your bodies as ours! Once you taste veggies grown this way, you’ll never go back-

2016 Week 13 Share

2016 Week 13 Share

"CSA is not the conception of any one person. It is a response and a solution to the disconnect that industrialized societies face from the land that feeds them. At a time when markets are almost always “super,” and “fresh” means flown from halfway around the globe, it is not easy to find a connection between the field down the street from you and the dinner on your table. CSA changes that. CSA unites people who are passionate about farming with people who are passionate about healthy food, healthy families, and a healthy earth."

-Local Harvest, a Multifarm CSA Handbook


WE grow OVER 120 amazing VARIETIES!

This doesn't mean you’ll be inundated with veggies you've never heard of. We are very aware that it’s no fun to be bogged down by loads of kale or kohlrabi week after week, even if it is in season! We grow many short successions of each crop so you can taste everything. We make sure to include familiar favorites, while keeping shares balanced and exciting. We offer a weekly newsletter with recipes, descriptions and pictures for less-familiar items.


There are some crops that do not thrive at certain times of the year due to pests, temperatures, daylight hours, etc.. As much as we’d love juicy tomatoes in June or snap peas in August, we find that there is joy in appreciating the flavors of the season. When you eat foods grown as nature intended, you’ll be rewarded many times over with fantastic nutrition and flavor.