CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It's a way for the community to support their local farmer. CSA farm shares are typically paid for in late winter or early spring. This gets farmers cash when they need it most - to buy seed, equipment and to pay for labor before crops start coming in. In return the farm provides a weekly (full share), or biweekly (half share) bounty of produce grown here on the farm. Your CSA share is available to pick up every week, or every other week, any day you like, May through September. A CSA share will cost $500 for 2019 - an abundance of produce for a modest price.