Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a community of people centered around a farm. CSA shareholders give the farm financial support in advance of the season, and in return the farm provides a weekly share of produce during the growing season. CSA reconnects people to the land that sustains them and builds rewarding relationships between the farmers and shareholders. By joining a CSA, you can participate in preserving a local farm and help foster renewable farming practices that enrich the earth.
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We’ve added a ‘What Is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?‘ page to our website with some more definitions and links to other CSA resources.
About Shalom Orchard CSA
Shalom Orchard is a small farm so we are only looking for 15 – 20 members to be part of our CSA. We welcome our CSA members as part of our farm family and encourage their participation in all activities. We offer a wide variety of organic vegetables as well as chicken, eggs, apples, blueberries, raspberries and cherries. In addition members will have opportunities to buy our other products direct from our farm store. If you are interested in finding out more drop us a line.
We offer $20 and $30 per week shares over a 12 week period. Each week we will contact you with a summary of what is available and you can customize your order by simply replying to that message.
Find out more
For more information about how Shalom Orchard is implementing CSA visit our News section of our website where you can read copies of our weekly summary letters to our members and even check out a few recipes members have given us.
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