What is COmmunity Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

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A GRASSROOTS SYSTEM OF FUNDING LOCAL AGRICULTURE 

Community-supported agriculture is an annual purchase of stock in the farm. In exchange for defraying the initial operation costs, such as seeds and farm supplies, shareholders receive dividends in a portion of the weekly yield of the farm. Consumers get better value and consistency than at the farmers market, because as investors in our business you are our first priority. CSA is a season-long commitment to healthy eating, to local business, and to small farmers. 

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A STAKE IN THE SUCCESS OF THE FARM 

A CSA subscription offers the potential for a healthier lifestyle with a reduced environmental impact. By eating locally and seasonally, you have access to produce at its freshest that has been grown with sustainable and restorative practices for the soil. And often at a lower cost than organic produce from a grocery store! 

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A LINK BETWEEN PRODUCER AND CONSUMER 

With farm visits, email newsletters, and weekly pickups, shareholders forge a relationship with farm and farmers that goes beyond economics. Follow what's happening on the farm, try our favorite recipes, and engage with local food in a more meaningful and personal way. ​