Community Supported Agriculture

What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)? 

A CSA is a relationship between farmers and community members who pay annual membership fees to help cover the production costs of the farms. In return for being a member, individuals and families receive a weekly "share" of the farm's production during the growing season. 

CSAs provide farmers with direct outlets for farm products, strengthen local economies by keeping food dollars in local communities and provide a fun way for producers and buyers to connect. 

Find a CSA:

Colorado Farm Fresh Directory
Colorado MarketMaker
Colorado CSAs
Colorado State University's CSA Program
Local Harvest