Get Started with CSA!

Are you thinking about joining a CSA? Maybe you’ve heard of it from friends, in the newspaper, or on the radio, and getting organically grown, freshly picked produce, or humanely raised meat and eggs from a local farm sounds like exactly what you’re looking for. We want to help you find the right farm (or farms) for you, and we’ve got some useful tools for you to do just that.

Vermont Valley Worker Shares

To learn more about the basics of CSA and its history, check out our About CSA page.

There are a few things to consider when looking for a farm, such as a delivery site that’s convenient for you and how much produce you want to get, which you can read about on our Choosing a Farm page and Pick Up Locations Map. Once you’ve read that, use our Custom Farm Search to find those farms that offer what you’re looking for.

Lastly, it’s time to sign up! You should contact your farm directly to work out the details of your CSA membership. However, the Coalition offers a few programs to help people cover the cost, explained in detail here. Applications for Partner Shares funding are due by April 15, 2012.

ABOUT US:

We are a non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin that supports and connects Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters.

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GET INVOLVED:

We rely on support from hundreds of volunteers, donors, and farms each year to continue building the local food movement. Find out how you can contribute.

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BUY OUR
COOKBOOKS:

From Asparagus to Zucchini and Farm Fresh and Fast provide essential tools for all CSA members and vegetable lovers who want to make the most of local and seasonal produce.

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PARTNER SHARES:

This program, among other community programs, works to reduce the barriers of CSA membership in our community by providing cost-sharing opportunities.

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CSA HEALTH INSURANCE REBATE:

The Coalition and area Health Plan partners encourage healthier diets and a healthier Wisconsin through fresh, local produce on our tables.

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