Spring: A Great Time to Join a CSA

 “CSA” stands for Community Supported (or Sustained) Agriculture, and joining one of the wonderful local CSAs is a great way to support (and connect with) small farmers, ensure that you are well supplied with local and organic vegetables and fruits, and manage your weekly food budget. Check out these great options:

Founded in 1973 by Stephen and Gloria Decater, this 40-acre biodynamic farm near Covelo utilizes draft horses, solar power, member participation, and associative economics to
Stephen Decater and Draft Horses
Stephen Decater drives draft horses at Live Power Community Farm
create a deeply thoughtful alternative to business-as-usual. LPCF only has one window during the year when they accept new members! You can join now through March 10.
Nigel Walker and his crew farm 105 certified organic acres near Dixon, CA and have drop-off sites throughout the Bay Area. In addition to produce, you can get freshly milled heirloom flour as part of your box, as well as pastured eggs. You can sign
Tim and Trini
Tim and Trini of Riverdog Farm
up for a box anytime.
Tim Mueller and Trini Campbell farm an amazing variety of produce as well as pastured chickens, eggs, and pork near Guinda, CA. They supply Three Stone Hearth with chickens and produce on a weekly basis, and also run an active CSA with many convenient pick-ups throughout the Bay Area.
Other wonderful local CSAs to check out: