What is a CSA?

“CSA” stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” CSAs are agreements between a farm and members of their community in which individuals pay for a “share” of farm produce. Sometimes this is paid for in one lump sum. Other times, it’s paid for in ongoing increments. The goal of a CSA model is to supply small farms with a steady, predictable source of income while connecting the community directly with their local foodweb.