What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a business arrangement where farmers sell their produce directly to local consumers. The consumers make a seasonal commitment to a single farm or a group of farms and pay for all or part of their share in advance. In exchange, consumers receive a weekly box of produce which is their “share” of that season’s harvest. To learn more about the benefits of joining a CSA, click here.

Can I send someone else to pick up my CSA share?

Of course! Feel free to send a family member, friend or even neighbor to pick up your share if you are unable to make your pickup.

What kind of items will I receive in my share?

You can expect to see different produce each season, and even week to week. However, we do allow you to rate your produce preferences to make sure you don't get anything you don't want. To see what produce you can generally expect each season, click here.

What happens if I miss my produce pickup?

If you miss your weekly pickup, just email Lisa or call us (706-521-0025) as soon as possible to arrange to pick up your food at our headquarters on W. Broad. While we can't guarantee it, we do our best to connect members with their shares. We donate leftover produce to Campus Kitchen on the Monday following your pick up day, but if you get in touch with us before that, we can almost always figure something out.