The acronym CSA stands for Community Support Agriculture. A CSA program is when a community member “purchases” a share of the season’s crops in the off season. This helps the farm with operating costs over the winter. In return, the community member receives a regular share of produce throughout the growing season. It’s a win-win situation for the community member, the farm, and the community.
Brad’s offers many different options in our CSA program. Truly allowing everyone to find a share that works for their family size, budget, and eating habits. Visit our CSA Program for the options.
One thing that sets Brad’s CSA apart from other CSAs is that we allow our members to choose their share from a list of available produce for the week. This allows our members to try something new or stick with what they know they like or do a little of both. Our members truly walk away with a share of fresh locally grown produce they know they’ll like and eat.
We also provide recipes throughout the year geared to the produce we’re growing and harvesting, giving our members new ideas of how to prepare delicious meals from fresh ingredients. Our produce for the weekly shares is picked fresh that morning. It doesn’t get more farm to table than that!!
Our staff is always available to answer questions or help our members make selections. In addition to produce, our members also have the option of adding on fresh local eggs to their weekly shares. Visit our CSA Program page for more information.