What is a CSA?
The short answer: a produce subscription box!
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) projects link consumers directly with locally grown food. It is a partnership between farmers and eaters where community members purchase a share of the farm's harvest at the beginning of the season.
How does it work?
You join by paying a membership fee at the beginning of the season, which covers the cost of weekly vegetable deliveries for the duration of the season. Then, once a week, you pick up your box of produce at Whole Foods North Miami.
Why is it beneficial?
We (the farmers) benefit because we have a secured market, and early payment helps cover start-up costs. You (the community members) benefit by receiving freshly picked, nutritious produce each week and a connection to the food you're eating and the folks that grow it. It's truly a win-win situation!
Our growing season is divided into two 12-week CSA seasons:
Winter Season share: mid-October through early January
Spring Season share: mid-January through late March
Curious what kinds of vegetables you'll be getting? Click here to learn more about our produce.