Community Supported Agriculture is a way to build a relationship with a farmer, to be closely tied to the seasons, and to make a firm commitment to eating locally. A CSA is a vegetable subscription service in which you pay ahead of time to receive a weekly box of fresh produce. Your investment gives the farmers the capital they need to buy seeds and supplies before the start of the season. In exchange, CSA members are given top priority when it comes time to harvest. Being a member of a CSA means you understand the hard work and planning that goes into organic agriculture as well as its many risks. As a member, we hope you’ll get to share in an abundant and nourishing harvest.
Before the farm I would go to places like Weaver Street but I cannot afford vegetables …now that I grow at the farm my refrigerator is full of vegetables…I never have to buy tomatoes because I canned so many.
– Tri Sa, CSA Farmer, pictured left
A mix of familiar seasonal vegetables and Southeast Asian vegetables traditionally grown in Burma. See the vegetables we grow here. Though not certified, all our produce is grown organically without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or fungicides.
The CSA farmers take enormous pride in packing their boxes. They carefully harvest, wash, and pack each item and always strive for the best in quality and variety. CSA members also receive a weekly newsletter with recipes, cooking tips, and news from the farm.
To the right: a Regular CSA Share in the early summer
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