Community Supported Agriculture


Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial relationship between farmers and the community. Participants provide funding for the farmer in advance of the growing season in exchange for produce when it’s ready.

Here’s how One Straw Farm’s CSA works: Participants sign up and pay in the spring and then receive 8 items a week for 24 weeks. The season begins the second week of June 4-9, 2012 and runs through November 12-17, 2012.

Items vary according to the season. They could be beets, lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, a watermelon -- whatever is ripe for picking.

See our harvest chart for season availablity, and approximate item quantity. Harvest Chart

Interested in finding a pickup site near you?

CSA Pickup Site Map

Blue markers are full share pickup sites.

Green markers are farmers market sites

     -where half shares are available.

Yellow house icon is One Straw Farm.

If you have questions about Community Supported Agriculture feel free to contact us at