What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to participate in local farming. It is aimed at connecting people directly to high quality, fresh food from local farms by giving them the opportunity to buy into the farm and share some of the risk and bounty associated with producing food. Typically this system manifests itself in a weekly or biweekly box that contains a variety of what's in season.
Our CSA differs from this model only in how we structure our CSA pick-ups. We allow our members to choose specifically what they want to take at every pick-up. For more specifics on how our CSA works go here.
A traditional CSA example: