Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between share members and a farmer in order to produce a high quality product to share with a community of people who care about food and how it is produced. It is a great way for families to enjoy seasonal food from local farms, live a more sustainable life, and learn about the natural systems around them.
A CSA share is exactly what it means: a member shares in the bounty of harvest, community on the farm, and some of the risk a farmer takes in their dependence on weather and natural pest managements. By buying a share before the harvest season begins, a member is helping the farmer to buy seed and supplies. In return, the member receives a consistent supply of fresh, local produce throughout the season.
Why 10th St. CSA?
Certified Naturally Grown Produce!
Know your farmer
Walk the Farm
CSA Bags held in Cooler
2021 Share options
Full share: a bag every week for a family of 3 to 4
Half share: a smaller bag every week for 1 to 2 people
Pick up is on our farm, Self Serve, between Thursday at 3pm and Sunday night; same hours as our farm stand.
Your CSA share comes in a large rip-stop bag to
be brought back the next week so we can use it
again, cutting back on the waste of boxes.
to sign up, download the member form, fill it out and mail it in or drop it off with a $50 deposit. When you get a confirmation email from us, you are all set!