Community Supported Agriculture
2020 CSA Shares Are Now Available. Sign Up Here.
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a direct, food-share partnership between you and the farmer. It allows farmers to have reliable income at an important time of the year when we are ordering seeds, building infrastructure, and improving our tools and production practices.
What’s in a Share?
The share takes the form of a box of vegetables and culinary herbs provided every week running from late May through mid October. Shares vary weekly depending on what’s being harvested.
The share is $500 for the 2020 season, or about $22/week (a $25 – $30 retail value).
A $50 deposit is requested to hold your space. Payment in full is required by May 1st, 2020.
We accept SNAP/EBT benefits and can match 50% of the total share cost for SNAP recipients through the Double Up Food Bucks Program. This brings the share price for SNAP members to $250, which can be paid with EBT benefits on a monthly basis.
Weekly Pick Up Options
- At the Farm: Fridays between 4pm – 7pm at 2229 West Vine Drive, just west of the roundabout at Taft Hill & Vine. (can be interchanged with the farmers’ market)
- At the the Larimer County Farmers Market in Old Town: Saturday mornings between 9am & 1pm located at Mountain & Howes in Old Town, Fort Collins. (can be interchanged with the farm)
- At Maxline Brewing: Friday between 4:30PM – 7:00PM at 2724 McClelland Dr #190 off Drake & College. (This is not an interchangeable pickup location)
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