What is CSA?


CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It originated from the "teikei" movement in Japan, literally "food with the farmer's face on it". 


CSA is a unique partnership between producers and consumers. Members purchase their share in advance of the season’s harvest which supports the farmers’ costs of production. The farmers pledge to do all that is possible to provide members with an abundance of the freshest and healthiest produce possible.


Both farmers’ and members are aware that nature and the weather will ultimately influence the availability and amount of certain crops. Realizing that diversity is the best insurance policy, we grow over forty different crops and twice that many varieties in order to ensure a successful harvest.


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Germansville, PA 18053
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