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 4pm-6pm. The summer 2021 CSA runs from June 8th – October 22nd.
All members receive an added bonus of 10% discount at The Barn at Miller’s Crossing.
Our winter 2021-22 CSA is distributed at the home farm (which is heated) on Roxbury Road from 10am-7pm on the following Saturdays: October 30th, November 20th, December 4th, December 18th.
Prefer to pay by check?
Print out our the participation agreement and return it to The Farm at Miller’s Crossing with your cash or check payment.