CSA Shares

CSA Shares will not be available for the 2019 season. Shares will again be available in 2020

Vegetable Shares              Bread Shares              Egg Shares
        Vegetables                            The Revival Bread Company                Free-range Eggs
                                                             Sourdough Bread 

What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a system for directly connecting community members with the farmers that grow their food. When you join one of our CSA programs, you are essentially purchasing a share of our harvest in advance - you pay up front for an entire season of vegetables then throughout the season, you get what you paid for in a weekly "share." Your early season payment ensures that we have the funds available to grow your amazing produce since most of our expenses happen at the beginning of the season. This model is a great way that you can support us, your local farmers, and we can return the favor by offering you, our neighbors, the nourishing food we cultivate. 

Why should you become a CSA member? 

Local Community & Economy: CSA's are a great way to contribute to your local community. We are a small urban farm and spending your hard-earned money with a local business does really matter. It is a simple yet powerful way to contribute to the financial vigor and health of your community, city, and state.

Environment: By buying locally and responsibly grown food like ours, you minimize the impact on the natural environment by significantly reducing the energy it takes to grow, refrigerate and transport your food. Our food is grown on the same land where it is sold and picked up, ensuring that the distance from our farm to your plates is short. In addition, all of our agricultural systems promote growth and life beginning with deep care for the soil we rely on, as being good stewards of this land is essential to our holistic success. 

Health: Vegetables harvested locally are fresh and have vastly superior nutritional value over vegetables that have traveled hundreds or thousands of miles. Eating local produce promotes good nutrition and health plus it tastes extraordinarily good when it's fresh from the farm!