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What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between grower and eater. When you become a Wellspring CSA shareholder, you are investing in a share of the season’s bounty of fresh, quality, certified-organic produce from our farm. That early revenue stream gives us, the growers, resources to buy seeds, compost, irrigation supplies, etc. at the beginning of the season.
Every week for the 20 week season, shareholders receive a box full of fresh, local produce that your Wellspring Farm Team harvested for you. We like to fill the boxes with familiar favorites (salad greens, onions, carrots, tomatoes), as well as, veggies our grandparents were accustomed to (like kohlrabi, fennel and turnips). Shareholders also receive a weekly newsletter which includes information on items in the boxes, storage/cooking tips and recipes, produce identification photos, farm news, and invites to special events!

About Wellspring's Growing Practices
The farm is USDA Certified Organic through MOSA. Certified-organic produce is grown without using specific conventional pesticides, fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients or sewage sludge, bio-engineering, or ionizing radiation.

Reasons to Join a CSA

  • You get to know your farmer! <3 CSA farms like Wellspring often invite shareholders to stop by and see where and how their food is being grown. This is a great way to connect to your food and farmer. It also gives you a chance to see what real food looks like while growing!
  • Joining a CSA supports your local economy! Instead of purchasing vegetables from the large corporations of the Big Ag Industry, you are putting your dollars into you local economy and local pockets.
  • Partaking in a CSA allows you to eat fresh, just-harvested produce straight from the farm. Never eat tasteless veggies again!
  • Organic CSA farms do not pollute our groundwater with harmful pesticides and herbicides. This helps protect the quality of drinking water for future generations.
  • The FUN that comes with trying new things! CSA farms include some heirloom and unique vegetable varieties in addition to the classic favorites.
  • Joining a CSA lessens CO2 emissions caused by the energy used to transport and refrigerate produce across long distances.
  • The SAVINGS! CSAs provide produce at at a lower cost than what you can find in the grocery store because they cut out the middleman.
  • CSA are convenient and like Wellspring, many offer multiple pick up locations so you don't have to travel far from home for fresh veggies.
  • Signing up for a CSA share insprires you to eat healthful food because CSA boxes are packed with nutrition-filled goodness!