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What is CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture

This means that when you join our membership and make a deposit in the early part of the year, you're helping us buy our seeds and supplies for the season. In return, starting in June, you'll get:

  • 16 weeks of the freshest Springfield-grown veggies ($330 or $550 value, depending on size)

  • Access to our private Facebook group with weekly share unpacking videos, plus a community of farm foodies who have your back ($240 value)

  • BONUS: A to Z guide to storing vegetables ($41 value)

  • BONUS: CSA tips and tricks digital resource ($35 value)

  • BONUS: Canning equipment checklist ($28 value)

  • BONUS: Instant Pot beginner's guide ($28 value)

Small Share

$702 value!

You pay

only $300

Large Share

$922 value!

You pay

only $500

Still not sure? Download our free PDF showing you what we had in the share last year!

Is CSA the right choice for you?

Answer our 6 simple questions to see how CSA will fit into your life

1. 

Is the relationship with the farmer important to you?

CSA members have a direct connection to their farmer. In our CSA, members receive a weekly newsletter with a list of the week’s veggies to help you meal plan, recipes to inspire you, and news from the farm so you know how we're growing your food. In addition, a farmer will be at the pick ups each week, so you can ask us gardening questions, find out exactly how we deal with pests and diseases, or get cooking tips for new-to-you ingredients. We love having a CSA because we get to know the people we are growing food for, and CSA fans appreciate that they can take the guesswork out of knowing where their food comes from.

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