WHAT IS A CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA is an arrangement where individuals buy into the farm at the start of the growing season and in exchange receive a share of the farm’s harvest. Shares are distributed each week throughout the season.
The economic philosophy behind Community Supported Agriculture is one of shared risk. Unlike a co-op, farmers and members share the risks involved in agriculture as well as the bounty of the harvest. Shareholders support the farm through pre-season payment. This membership fee allows the farmer to avoid borrowing money for early season/ pre-produce expenses. In return for this investment the farm is managed to provide members with a diverse distribution of the highest quality seasonal produce.
Miller's Crossing Pick-Up Location
Our Columbia County CSA picks up at The Barn at Millers Crossing on Tuesdays and Fridays from 4:00-7:00 pm.
All members receive an added bonus of 10% discount at The Barn at Miller’s Crossing. The main season CSA runs from June 11th – November 19th.
Our winter CSA is distributed at the home farm (which is heated) on Roxbury Road on Saturdays December 7th & 21st and January 11th & 25th.
Prefer to pay by check?
Print out our Participation Agreement and return it to The Farm at Miller’s Crossing with your cash or check payment.