What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture is a partnership between farmers and local consumers to help maintain fresh produce that is grown locally. Members of a CSA pay a fee to a local farmer at the beginning of the season for a "share" of the produce which is often delivered to a pick up location or picked up at the farm. Members will share in the same risks that the farmer faces. A share can consist of fresh veggies, fruits, flowers, eggs, poultry, and much more. You can learn more about the history of CSA and its benefits by visiting the Fairshare CSA Coalition website: http://www.csacoalition.org/our-farms/about-csa/