What is CSA?

Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a relationship between a farmer and community members who commit in advance of the growing season to receiving a share of the farm’s harvest.

CSA farm members receive the freshest food available – grown locally, and usually harvested no more than 24 hours before it is distributed each week. It  provides an opportunity to truly eat in sync with the season.

The CSA relationship is a commitment to sustaining access to healthy, locally grown food in the community where it will be enjoyed and eaten. This is fundamental in creating health for people, the farmland, and the environment –  the true meaning of sustainability. As a farm member, participating in a community supported agriculture farm, you help insure that land is used as a long-term resource for the community’s food production.  

Click HERE  for details on the CSA at Many Forks Farm.  SIGN UP for our 2023 CSA SHARES is OPEN. 

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