CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is based on the principle of connecting people to their food source.  It is a relatively recent phenomenon here in the United States, but dates back to the mid-1960s in Japan when a group of women concerned with the use of pesticides and an increase in processed and imported foods started the first “teikei” which translates to “food with the farmer’s face”.  Around this same time in Holland and Switzerland, a similar model was formed with the idea of social and economic interdependence.  In 1984, the first CSA was formed in Massachusetts.  

As a CSA member, you purchase a share in our farm that supplies us with much needed working capital to pay for labor and to buy seeds, equipment, and other infrastructure items at “off-peak” times of year when expenses are high and income is low.  In return, we supply you with a diverse array of organically grown, nutritious, and delicious veggies.  It is an incredible opportunity to visit the farm and get to know your farmer, try new vegetables, and build community.  

Market Share CSA
 

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Flower CSA

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