Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Community Support Agriculture
Definition: A community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the land becomes the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. CSA's provide a fantastic model for local, sustainable food production and delivery. Consumers are increasingly interested in lessening their carbon footprint, reconnecting with the land, knowing where their food comes from and how it is grown.
Since 2016, One Seed Farm has utilized the CSA-model as a way to establish a farm-to-table relationship with the local community.
By signing up for our CSA in the spring, you will receive boxes of organically grown vegetables, mushrooms and herbs throughout the growing season (June through October). There are add-on shares available for beautiful fresh-cut bouquets from Goat House Flowers and our very own farm-fresh eggs.
Each week, you'll receive an e-mail newsletter full of harvest updates, information from the fields, recipes, links, storage tips, and vegetable descriptions to help you use your bounty.
CSA Members have the first priority for pastured poultry sales, bulk vegetable sales, and any on-farm events.