CSA

Community Supported Agriculture

Spring CSA is sold out


Our Spring CSA is sold out, please join our join our email list to stay informed about our Summer CSA. 

What is a CSA?


CSA stands for community-supported agriculture and is a food distribution system that connects local farms directly to customers through a mutually beneficial relationship. The customer receives super fresh, local vegetables and the farmer gets a guaranteed market for their produce, while receiving upfront funds. 

CSA customers benefit by getting priority on limited availability items from the farm – these always go to our CSA customers first, with any excess then being made available to our farmers market shoppers. However, this food distribution model also means the customer joins the farmer in the risks and rewards of a season. If the season is bountiful, the shares will be larger. While if crops struggle, shares may be leaner.

What types of vegetables will I receive?

You will receive between 5 and 7 different types of vegetables each week. In the beginning of the spring season you will receive a lot of leafy greens and root vegetables, including spring salad mix, kale, mustard greens, swiss chard, radicchio, collard greens, carrots, and radishes. As the season progresses and the temperatures warm up expect to receive items like zucchini, leeks, and green beans.

Many of our spring crops (like zucchini) will produce a large bounty, so expect to receive a consistent share of these items once they start producing.

We do our best to ensure variety in each share and from week-to-week, but there will be periods in the season where you may receive the same item for several weeks in a row.

In our prior CSAs, we’ve found that most weeks the value of the shares exceeds the $25 customer cost. When we have a bountiful harvest, the size and quantity of items increases substantially. You will also receive priority on limited availability items.

Will I know what is in my share in advance? Any advice on how to store and prepare the items?

Yes, we will send you an email prior to receiving the share with a list of the week’s items, recipes and more!  

How do I get my shares?

We are offering home delivery and on-farm pickups. Deliveries incur a $5 weekly fee. We will make deliveries to your home on Wednesday afternoons. We are only able to deliver to Pensacola, Cantonment, Molino and Atmore, Alabama. Please contact us if you have any questions about our delivery areas.

Our farm is located approximately 45 minutes north of Pensacola, and around 2 miles south of Atmore, Alabama. On-farm pick-ups will need to be made between 1pm and 6pm on Wednesday afternoons during the season.

Do I have to be home to receive the delivery?

No, we will happily leave the share on your front porch or another designated area. To keep the vegetables fresh, we do recommend you have arrangements to move the vegetables inside as soon as possible. If available, we suggest leaving a cooler on the front porch for us to drop the share in. We will send more details about deliveries as we get closer to the season. 

What if I’m out of town, unable to pick-up my share, do not like types of vegetables or want a refund after I sign up?

If you will be out of town and unable to receive your share you can either “bump” your share to the following week (receiving two shares) or receive a $25 credit to use at our Farmers Market booth. We do require advance notice of 5 days if you are unable to pick-up your share or need to cancel your delivery.

Unfortunately, we do not offer trade-ins for vegetables nor can we customize shares during the season. After the season begins, we are unable to offer refunds. If you are still unsure if the CSA is right for you, please email us for more information before your sign up.

How much does it cost?

Our CSA is $25 per week or $250 for the entire season. Deliveries incur a $5 per week fee.

When does the Spring CSA season begin and end?

The Spring CSA is a 10 week season that begins on March 17 and ends on May 19.