Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA; sometimes known as community-shared agriculture) is an alternative, locally-based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA also refers to a particular network or association of individuals who have pledged to support one or more local farms, with growers and consumers sharing the risks and benefits of food production.

 

We at Robertson Family Farm sell at 7 local farmers markets per week and have a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box program. The CSA customers are the heart of our farming operation they support us by purchasing boxes from 4 weeks worth to a entire season. Sign up early if you would like fresh produce from our garden in 2015. We limit the produce box customers to 100 total so that we can always provide the best quality for the customers we commit to. We only fill the boxes with fresh produce the exact same day it goes home with the customer and it is always 100 percent from our own farm.

CSA Boxes are available from April until November

Spring Boxes May Include...

 

Sugar Snap Peas, Leaf Lettuce, Cherries, Onions, Garlic, and other spring fruits and vegetables.

Summer Boxes May Include...

 

Plums, Zucchini, Blackberries, Green Beans, Tomatoes, and other summer produce.

Fall Boxes May Include...

 

Corn, Tomatoes, Butternut Squash and other fall goodies.

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