What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an agreement between members and the farmer, where both share the risk and rewards of farming seasonal produce. CSA members pay for their shares prior to the growing season, and then when the farm is in full swing, they receive weekly deliveries of fresh food to their neighborhoods. Members share in bountiful harvests, and/or the unpredictable shortcomings, but as part of our CSA model, we ensure members receive the number of variety associated with the size of their weekly share.
How does the a+ csa work?
In order to snag a great deal on our fresh local veg, you must become a member prior to the start of the farming season. Once you're a member, be sure to join our mailing list to receive updates on CSA start dates, recipes, and news about the farm.
CSA deliveries will begin once the farm is in full swing (May) and your share will arrive once a week to your area's designated drop site. Your share will be packaged and labeled with your name, making for easy, painless pickup. However, if you are picking up from one of our markets, then you get to choose your items!
If for any reason you are unable to pick up your share, please make arrangements for someone to pick it up for you, or contact us. There will be no refunds for days of uncollected boxes, and no special extensions; so, please plan accordingly.
All boxes & containers are property of A+ Produce and are expected to be returned weekly. We recommend bringing your own box or bags to transfer your items into right away; ensuring no worrying about returning any containers.