Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Frequenting your neighborhood farmer’s market is a great way to support local agriculture and reduce your food miles. But what if you want to go further? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the option preferred by eco-enthusiasts looking for practical solutions to their food problems that also benefit local farmers and the environment over the long term. Plus, they’re an incredibly convenient way to buy fresh and seasonal foods – everything from tomatoes to fresh flowers to cheese to apple pie.

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Recently Reviewed CSA Programs

Gardenripe
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Silverton, OR

This CSA IS very disappointing and will not have my support next year. The produce are meager portions, over ripe berries, overgrown swiss chard a...

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Cheryl T. Cheryl T.
Mini Miracles Farm
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Taylors, SC

We were CSA Members for 6 wks when our problem started. Despite asking how 2 do things for an upcoming vacation & following all instructions, not o...

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Julie W. Julie W.
Albert & Eve Organics Co
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San Francisco, CA

Nice to read the positive comments, it shows very well.

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Malwina M. Malwina M.