This model of farming supports sustainable and responsible land management, a shrinking carbon footprint, and communities that can nourish themselves.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farm and participating members of the surrounding community. It is a direct food-to-consumer relationship, connecting people with their food source by sharing in the risk and enjoying the bounty. By making a financial commitment to our farm in the winter or early spring, you buy a share of the harvest and become a member of our CSA. We then use this money for seeds, greenhouse expenses, equipment, labor, etc. and in return you will receive a weekly box of fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables delivered to your neighborhood drop-site.
This model of farming supports sustainable and responsible land management, a shrinking carbon footprint, and communities that can nourish themselves. It also gives the farmers a sure market and a gauge to produce by, minimizing losses, ensuring the success of the farm, and producing good food at a better price to the consumer.
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