Community Shared Agriculture (CSA)
Farms offering CSA programs are a convenient, affordable way to eat healthy, local foods. The concept is simple: You subscribe to the farm of your choice, by paying for a “share” at the beginning of the season. Then your CSA farm grows a wide variety of fruits and vegetables throughout the growing season, and delivers the produce each week to a pick up location near you.
With a CSA program, farmers are guaranteed the sale of their crop and their members enjoy a steady supply of freshly harvested, local, sustainably grown food. A typical CSA program runs 12 to 18 weeks, starting in mid to late June. While fruits and vegetables are most common, some CSA programs also offer eggs, honey, flowers, jams, poultry, and other meats.
Learn more about CSAs at www.CSAManitoba.org
Scroll across the farms below to see the dates and times of their CSA share deliveries