What is Community Supported Agriculture or CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is a system of farming that brings farmers, community members, and agricultural land together into a mutually beneficial relationship. Community members purchase a “farm share” for the growing season, which entitles them to a weekly share of the harvest throughout the season, delivered by a farmer they know and trust. This commitment implies a willingness to share with the farmer the bounty of the land, as well as some of the risks and pleasures of production. Our CSA members receive a wide variety of fresh and nutritious produce grown organically on our farm and delivered to a convenient pick-up site. CSA members have the joy of knowing where, when, and how their food is being produced and become connected with and participate in local agricultural cycles.
Payment Plan or Pay in Full Discount.
Pay in full for a 2% discount on a 2013 CSA share.
Or choose our 5 payment installment plan. Make your first payment now and your next one on June 1st!
2013 CSA Season - June 8 until November 14
Please read our CSA Member Guide before you sign-up!
2% Discount for Full Payment!
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Help us grow food communities!
Host a pick-up site at your home and help create a neighborhood local food hub, or host a site in your local business and connect new people to your mission.
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Call Us: (315) 364-6941
Our CSA Serves
, Cortland & Homer
, Ithaca & Lansing
, Camillus & Fairmount
, LaFayette & Tully
, and Southern Cayuga County