What is Community Supported Agriculture?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a wonderful way to form a relationship with your food and the farmer. If you want to get connected to the land through the food you eat, this is the best way to do it.
Here's how it works:
You purchase a "share" of our seasons harvest upfront which helps us to pay for seeds and the supplies we need in early spring. In return we deliver fresh, seasonal produce to you each week. You also get an email newsletter each week with what's included in your share, recipes, farm updates, and invitation to farm dinners and events throughout the year to connect you to the farm. In this way we can begin to create a community where we all share in the risks and rewards of farming and we all become healthier and more vibrant through our relationship to each other, to our food, and our land. By joining a CSA you are directly supporting small-scale agriculture - positively impacting your local region.
Our 25 Week CSA begins May 18th and runs through November 9th
We offer 4 convenient Pick-up options:
Mondays @ Local Roots Wooster 4:30 - 6 pm
(We meet in the parking lot outside. Address 140 S. Walnut)
Tuesdays @ Drift Hills Farm in Jeromesville 10am-6pm
Saturdays @ Westerville Farmers Market in Westerville 9am-12pm
We offer 4 share sizes and several payment options to make this an easy choice for you and your family. Click "Sign Up Now!!" to view share options.
Wondering what might be in a share?
Dragons Tongue Beans
French Breakfast Radish
Culinary and medicinal herbs
Mexican Sour Gherkins
Red of Florence Onions
This is just a sampling of what we have to offer this year. We love to grow unique and heirloom varieties and your basket will always be full of interesting and delicious produce.