Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) invites consumers to directly support a farm by enrolling in a seasonal share in the farms’ operations. CSA shares usually are purchased for a set price early in the season, in exchange for weekly boxes of mixed produce.
Why they’re great:
- You know exactly where your food is coming from, you know how it’s grown, and you know the farmers who are growing it for you.
- You receive a better value than you would purchasing from a grocery store.
Things to consider when choosing a CSA:
- Share size
- Cost & payment options
- Season and share duration
- Products available
- Pick-up or delivery options
- Growing practices
- Pick-your-own options
- Interactive, educational, or social events
Holcomb Farm CSA
Holcomb Farm is a year-round, nonprofit farm that offers both Summer and Winter Shares. All of our produce is grown without the use of chemicals or pesticides, and in addition to vegetables, we grow herbs and flowers. In the summer, we offer both full- and half-shares; and pick-your-own options. To learn more or purchase your share of Holcomb Farm's next crop, click here.