What is Community Supported Agriculture?
Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a cooperative effort of food distribution, a way of linking small farmers with communities all over the country.
Why do CSAs exist?
Because you, the consumer, are looking for a good product and farmers are looking for the economic benefit of marketing their produce directly. CSA also benefits the farmer by producing positive cash flow during the late when the farmer needs to buy seeds and supplies to begin the spring growing season.
We offer CSA pickups at many locations:
AYER, BOSTON, BROOKLINE, CAMBRIDGEPORT, FRAMINGHAM, GROTON, JAMAICA PLAIN, LEXINGTON, LITTLETON, LUNENBURG, NEW BRAINTREE, NEWTON LOWER FALLS, QUINCY, SOUTHBORO, AND WESTFORD
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