What is CSA?
CSA means Community Supported Agriculture. It is a synergistic relationship between you and your farmer, and it is an amazing way to connect to food, community and the land that feeds you.
Our members pay up front for 16 weeks of vegetables at a time, and we offer three 16-week shares (every other week for half shares) throughout the season. We have been Ann Arbor's only year-round CSA farm since we began in 2009. Since the food we grow is already paid for, we can grow what our members love with confidence instead of wagering on what we will be able to sell at market. Because of this, we are able to offer our members a great deal on food all year round.
What's in a share?
In short, all the wonderful bounty of the Michigan harvest season. Here is a list of just some of what we grow: arugula, asian greens, beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, celeriac, celery, chard, cilantro, collards, eggplant, garlic, assorted herbs, kale, kohlrabi, leeks lettuce, melons, napa cabbage, onions, peppers, potato, radish, rutabaga, salad mix, spinach, summer squash, tomato, winter squash, zucchini, and more.
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