Join Our
CSA Program

For over 25 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer.

Here are the basics: a farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a “membership” or a “subscription”) and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.

Rewards for
Both Farmer
and Consumer.

Advantages For Farmers

  • Get to spend time marketing the food early in the year, before their 16 hour days in the field begin.
  • Receive payment early in the season, which helps with the farm’s cash flow.
  • Have an opportunity to get to know the people who eat the food they grow.

Advantages For Consumers

  • Eat ultra-fresh food, with all the flavor and vitamin benefits.
  • Get exposed to new vegetables and new ways of cooking.
  • Usually get to visit the farm at least once a season.
  • Find that kids typically favor food from “their” farm – even veggies they’ve never been known to eat.
  • Develop a relationship with the farmer who grows their food and learn more about how food is grown.

Consultation We Offer

Farmer Services

We help farmers, food hubs, and food system businesses meet their goals by providing technical assistance and support.

From the field to the market, we are here to help with production, food safety, business, and marketing assistance to support the success of small- to medium-sized farms in the Mid-Atlantic and Southern Atlantic Region.

Public speaking and Consultation Services

We host and attend conferences, Farm Co-Op meetings and Public Speaking events. We contract directly for Profit and Non Profit organizations as subject matter experts on regenerative agriculture


We all win when small and mid-sized farms prosper because they nurture communities with healthy foods and a clean environment.
Our policy work champions ecologically beneficial and economically just alternatives to today’s exploitive corporate-dominated paradigm of agriculture.

These principles are the foundation of our policy work.
• Protecting and promoting local food enterprises and small farms.
• Expanding regenerative practices to mitigate climate change impacts.
• Healing communities that have been held back by the inequity of our food system.