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Secure your Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share today! 

Many of our farm partners offer CSA shares, for sale during the winter and spring. Click here to learn more about CSAs. Here are a few of our farmers that offer CSA shares. Please let us know who we are missing!

Brown Dog Farm CSA

Common Name Farm CSA

Ela Family Farms Fruit CSA

Frontline Farming CSA

GoFarm Local Food Share

Half Moon Farm Flower CSA

Lily's Flower Farm Weekly Flower Pick Up

Lost Greens Farm CSA shares

Sprout City Farms CSA Shares

Sun Prairie Beef Meat Market Beef Boxes

Unlikely Farms Microgreens Weekly, Bi-weekly or Monthly Shares

Wild Wick's Plant Sale!

Farms and organizations offer food access assistance such as SNAP, WIC, and other free or low cost food programs! Click each link to inquire.

CSA info

What's a CSA?


Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Here are the basics: a farmer offers a certain number of "shares" to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return receive a box of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.

This arrangement creates several rewards for both the farmer and the consumer. In brief: 


Advantages for farmers:
  • Get to spend time marketing the food early in the year, before their 16 hour days in the field begin

  • Receive payment early in the season, which helps with the farm's cash flow

  • Have an opportunity to get to know the people who eat the food they grow


Advantages for consumers:
  • Eat ultra-fresh food, with all the flavor and vitamin benefits

  • Get exposed to new vegetables and new ways of cooking

  • Usually get to visit the farm at least once a season

  • Find that kids typically favor food from "their" farm - even veggies they've never been known to eat

  • Develop a relationship with the farmer who grows their food and learn more about how food is grown

Source: Local Harvest

Questions? More ideas on how to support farmers in our community? Contact us via email or social media: 

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