Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a new model for local, sustainable agriculture. CSA members buy a “share” of the farm’s produce at the start of the season and then receive a weekly delivery of produce throughout the growing season. Members get direct access to fresh, local produce and get to a have a personal relationship with our farm and our family. In turn, our farm gets a more sustainable and predictable business model, allowing us to focus on responsible farming and labor practices and supporting our local food community.
What sets the One Straw Farm CSA apart? Experience, quality, and an unfailing dedication to our incredible customers and community. Drew and Joan started One Straw Farm in 1983 and have worked tirelessly to farm with our community at the forefront of every decision we make. We focus on environmentally and socially responsible farming practices to keep our families and our land healthy for generations to come.
As our family enters the second generation of farming, we have transitioned to being almost exclusively a CSA farm. This means that our main focus is on providing the best quality and variety to our CSA members. We attend seven farmer’s markets each week during the season and value the chance to meet our customers face to face and see how our produce impacts our community.
Sound interesting? The details (dates, cost, pickup locations) are available at our CSA Details page. If you have any questions about our CSA or our farming practices, we would love to hear from you.