CSA Subscriptions

"CSA" stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and it's a way to buy local, seasonal ingredients directly from farmers. Share your favorite sources for CSA boxes, or ask for recommendations from other Chowhounds.

9 Helpful Produce Subscriptions You Should Know About

As Americans hunker down in their homes to practice social distancing, you may be wondering how you can still eat healthy and stock your home with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables—without having...

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London Farm Delivery

by jfish 6 years ago

Greetings from the States. My daughter just moved to London for grad school. She is sharing a flat in Vauxhall. I would like to arrange deliveries of locally sourced fresh produce, meats and cheese...

Fall/Winter CSA options for folks without cars?

by sancor 6 years ago

Hi guys, I've been reading through a lot of older threads on CSAs here, and am really interested in getting involved in one. In particular I'm hoping to get onto a Fall CSA or a combination of C...

Local farm and seafood delivery service in Nassau & Suffolk

by EM23 6 years ago

Has anyone had any experience with Our Harvest, a company now delivering local farm goods and seafood to multiple sites in Nassau, Suffolk and some of the boroughs? TIA From their web site: ...

Earnest Farms Bolton New Meat CSA Seeking Boston Distribution Site

by StriperGuy 6 years ago

Stumbled on this farm yesterday. Beautiful stuff. I bought a hunk of their leg of lamb. They do pork, beef, goat, lamb, chicken, duck, and turkey. They raise it all themselves. http://earnestfa...

CSA members: What are you doing with your veggies??

Science Chick
by Science Chick 6 years ago

I thought this might be a fun thread, seeing as we here in the NE are now getting our farmshares. What are folks doing with their vast lots of veggies? This week we had: - Frittata with Russian ...

What do I make with these ingredients?

by anniam 6 years ago

I am doing this farm share thing this summer and I have to use this stuff before it rots. Week 1 included the following: Berkshire Pork Chops - 2 per pack, appx 1 # Ramp Linguine - 1 # Pastur...

Teaneck CSA - Fresh Local Fruits and Vegetables

by shaytmg 6 years ago

I am looking at becoming a pick-up site for a CSA in Teaneck. Anyone interested? Will provide the information once I set everything up.

Roslyn Village Farmers Market CSA

by ErikLong 6 years ago

Hi All! It's been a long winter and now that we see little crocus' on our property; it's time to start the countdown until July 11th; the first day of our second market season. As we have don...

CSA Guide?

by itshissong 6 years ago

My wife and I moved back east to the Boston area (Watertown) from Chicago last summer. We're now all settled in and looking to find a good CSA for the summer/fall and I'm finding precious few resou...

Strictly a Meat CSA Question

by snowfarm 6 years ago

Thanks for your thoughts about CSAs, but t went heavy on produce. I've got some meat questions for you. Please answer some, all, or just riff on your own. Do you care if meat gets to you frozen ...

Another CSA discussion?

by snowfarm 6 years ago

This is more of a "why bother with a CSA" discussion. I've had produce CSA shares and enjoyed them. I liked connecting with the farmer, I liked knowing I was "helping" by paying up front, and th...

Edible East Bay's CSA Guide

by tre2012 7 years ago

I hadn't run across this before but I thought some of the EBay folks might be interested. It seems well-organized and comprehensive: " Pick the right CSA program for you: Most CSA programs offer...

Durham-Raleigh CSA

by mclp 7 years ago

I'm investigating CSA options and the last relevant post on CSAs in the area is from 2011. Anyone care to share their experience with local CSAs? I'm located in Durham, so I would like a pickup opt...

CSA recommendations?

by Serene 7 years ago

Hi, all, I don't see a recent thread about this, but if there is one, please let me know. Anyway, looking to possibly join a CSA. I'm in the South Bay, and can pick up in the general area, or...

CSA Reviews

by Torina 7 years ago

Last week, I had suggested doing more thorough comparisons of CSAs by posting pictures and box contents. (Reference: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/986846) Here are the contents of the Medium ...

Oakland CSA rec

by relizabeth 7 years ago

Recently relocated to Oakland and already missing our CSA. Any recs for a good one? Want organic (not necessarily certified) and doesn't need to be a delivery. Would love to join now, but could wai...

August 2014 Farmers' Markets, Farm Stands, CSA updates

by BostonZest 7 years ago

Things are really perking at the markets. I'm overdosing on blueberries, heirloom tomatoes, and cantaloupe, and itching to explore more markets. What are you buying and what's your current loca...

John Crow Farm CSA - What Happened to Them?

by lescaret 7 years ago

A few years ago, we got word of a new CSA in Groton, MA: the John Crow Farm. We signed up and enjoyed great produce for several seasons. Then we signed up for their meat CSA about a year ago and we...

Seafood/fish CSA or Bulk Shares?

by aubreylynn 10 years ago

Hello, One of the saddest things for me about Thundering Hooves closing is that I bought 30lb shares of salmon from them during salmon season. Does anybody know of other resources for bulk seafo...

June 2014 Farmers' Markets, Farm Stands, CSA updates

by BostonZest 7 years ago

Strawberries are starting to arrive. I picked up some on Friday at the Atlas farm stand at Copley. Obviously you have to be there early for early season crops. What are you buying and where? ...