Community Supported Agriculture or CSA is a social, economic, and environmental arrangement between the consumer and the farmer.
In this model, the consumer is investing in food security and their health while supporting a local business. The farmer is committed to supplying members with the freshest food available that travels only a few miles to get to you.
This interaction reduces the carbon foot print of food production which is one of the greatest contributors to climate change. Becoming a member of the Pitt Street Garden CSA directly reduces your individual carbon footprint and demonstrates your commitment to developing a food secure network in our city.
The spring CSA starts our season with three items.
The Spring CSA basket is priced at $15/week for 10 weeks starting in April until June
The Main Season baskets are prepared with freshly picked vegetable with as much diversity as the season provides. What vegetables can you expect?
The Main Season Share is priced at $30/week for 20 weeks starting in June until the last week of October.
The Fall baskets are filled with hardy greens harvested the day of pick up or the day before. In this program the members will receive
1 bag of sunflower micro greens
1 bag of sweet pea micro greens
and some thing form the green house. Such as Kale, Chard, lettuce, arugula, and/or spinach
The start date is the 3rd of November and the end is December 22nd. For a total of 7 weeks for $105
The pick up will be every Wednesday between 3-6 at the Local Fill on Pitt Street next to Summit gym