CSA Farms prioritizes education and will always find solutions to meet their needs. Whether you have issues regarding your subscription or would like to inquire about our terms, we will accommodate your request and respond to your questions accordingly. You may see our answers to frequently asked questions here.

For now, we recommend to CSA farms to only accept commercial establishments as pickup locations. You may contact us for more information about the process and requirements.

We’re sorry to hear that. Please let the farm know as soon as possible, and they will find a solution to your issue.

Thank you for the suggestion! However, for consistency, farms normally use their eco-friendly packaging to maintain the quality of their produce. You may bring your packaging during the Swap Meet or when you’re purchasing goods from their farm, stalls, or partner establishments.

CSA farms normally harvest more than 30 types of vegetables on their farm; some of these are grown regularly and the others are either brand-new additions or seasonal goods. For example, farms regularly grow strawberries, eggplants, potatoes, asparagus, and green onion.

During June, farms add beets, blueberries, and kale to their list. With those in mind, you can expect a basket filled with those types of produce.

You may drop by at any of the farm’s partner establishments or the farm itself to swap your vegetables for different goods. Every month farms normally have a weekly “Swap Meet” at the farm where their CSA members can bring vegetables or other items they would like to trade. You may check their website to view the schedule.

You may reschedule the delivery date, pick up your share at any of the farm’s partner establishments, or have your share delivered to a friend’s location. Please inform the farm 2 days early via phone or email so they can adjust their harvesting schedule as well. You may also have your share delivered along with your next one, doubling up the amount you will receive. Lastly, farms do not offer refunds.