Photo of a late fall share taken by Lauren Morton

What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) links you with your food, the farmers who grow and produce your food and the land on which it is grown. 

You become a member by paying in advance for a season’s worth of vegetables grown on our small family farms and we provide you with a regular supply of safe, high quality, fresh food. Receiving payments in advance enables us to finance our farm’s production without a loan. As partners in this endeavor you share in the risk and the bounty with the farmers meaning sometimes you’ll receive more or less than you expected of certain items in your box, depending on growing conditions

In the spirit of social sustainability and community we view our CSA members as more than consumers: Local Harvest CSA members are participants in a socially and environmentally responsible community. We believe that Local Harvest CSA membership should represent our community’s diversity, and as such, participation should not be limited by financial constraints. Please email us for more information about payment options.

Through Local Harvest CSA, you can purchase vegetables, bread, eggs, and other products such as lamb and turkeys.