WHAT IS CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is when you, the consumer, have a direct relationship with your food and local farmers.
CSA members purchase a “share” of our farm’s annual harvest upfront, helping us establish a solid financial foundation for the season.
As a member, you receive your weekly share of freshly harvested veggies throughout the season at a convenient pick-up location.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
CSA members commit to sharing the inherent risks and bounties of a farm from season-to-season. By signing up early, in the fall and winter months, your membership allows us to plan properly, purchase new seed, and invest in equipment at a time of year when resources and funds are low.
Being a part of Colfax Farm, and our CSA, is a way to invest in the local food system and strengthen your relationships in our local community.
How It Works
Being a CSA member is so much more than just a direct exchange of money for food.
It’s an exchange of ideas (and recipes) between you and fellow CSA members.
It’s learning what it takes to grow food in ethical & environmentally-conscious ways.
It’s an opportunity to get your hands in the dirt and contribute.
It's your chance to appreciate the land and all it offers us.
It is a way to feel a real connection in this increasingly disconnected world.
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