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Health insurance partnerships are one example of incentives that are available for CSA members.

FairShare CSA Coalition was instrumental in launching the CSA Health Insurance Rebate programs and other CSA incentives offered by area HMOs.


This innovative partnership is a joint effort between area Health Plans and FairShare CSA Coalition to encourage organic farming, keep local dollars in our communities and to build a healthier Wisconsin. Health Plan Partners support FairShare’s work and mission, promote healthy lifestyles, and take a proactive approach to improving our health, environment, and community.

If you already belong to a CSA Farm, click on your Health Plan Provider for details on how to access your rewards:


In 2017, Physicians Plus, Unity Health, and Gundersen Health Plan joined forces under the Quartz brand. All providers will offer the Quartz Well program.


If you do not yet belong to a FairShare CSA Coalition CSA Farm, follow these simple steps to get your fresh veggies AND your cash back today!

  • Learn the basics about CSA. 

  • Browse Custom Farm Search to choose a FairShare-endorsed farm that best meets your needs.

  • Confirm pick up locations and times, and ensure that there are still shares available for you to purchase, on the farm's website.

  • Once you have submitted your farm sign-up form, click on your Health Plan link, to find out how to access your incentive.

“Being part of a CSA has changed our relationship with our food, … We have a better understanding of where our food comes from. We’re excited to teach our daughter that food doesn’t come from grocery.”

— JESSIE CHMELL, a GHC-SCW member and CSA member at Crossroads Community Farm.


Interested in incorporating HMO rebates or other CSA incentives into your CSA program, network or coalition?

Take a look at our CSA Incentives Toolkit for an in-depth look at how FairShare has partnered with area HMO’s to offer rebates and wellness incentives to area residents, as well as for case studies on other types of CSA incentives you might want to consider.

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