Please note: We are no longer taking 2018 CSA Signups
Local, Organically Grown, Affordable
What is a CSA subscription? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a seasonal subscription for a variety of vegetables picked up regularly throughout the growing season at an affordable price. Vegetables included in the CSA box will vary based on what is in season.
Examples of what you may see in your CSA box are:
Summer Season CSA Crops: July – September (12 Weeks)
• Basil, Beets, Cantaloupe, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Lettuce, Okra, Sweet and Spicy Peppers, Radishes, Squash, Heirloom and Cherry Tomatoes, Watermelon, Zucchini.
Pricing and Terms
Full shares last 12 weeks and cost $360 for a season, equivalent to $30 per week.
Half-shares for six weeks are available for $180.
All subscriptions must be pre-paid in full.
CSA members who sign up for both Spring and Summer will receive two free weeks!
CSA members will also enjoy extra veggies in their weekly box whenever the farm has a surplus!
*Note: Delivery/Pick-up will be determined based upon CSA Member Location
CSA History: Then and Now
The roots of the CSA model were influenced in part by Dr. Booker T. Whatley of Tuskegee University in Alabama. He was a 20th-century pioneer in sustainable agriculture. Dr. Whatley promoted “smaller and smarter” farming through what he called “Clientele Membership Clubs.” Today, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is teaching the students at The Piney Woods School ecologically sound production practices following organic agricultural standards, and is teaching profitability through the CSA marketing model. We are proud to follow in Dr. Booker T. Whatley’s footsteps.