The Flagstaff CSA is part of a bigger movement across the nation. Over the past twenty years, Community Supported Agriculture has sown its seeds in the United States, growing to over 1700 CSAs nation wide.
What is Community Supported Agriculture?
Community Supported Agriculture is a direct connection between a local farmer and the people who eat the food they produce. At the core of CSA is mutual commitment: communities of eaters commit to supporting a local farmer for a season. In return, CSA participants receive fresh, seasonal produce—sharing in the inherent risks and the bountiful benefits of farming.
Community Supported Agriculture: An Alternative
CSAs provide an alternative model to our current system of agriculture. We’ve all purchased vegetables from the piles of flawless produce at the grocery store. But do we know where that food comes from? What country was that tasteless winter tomato grown in? Who grew that tomato? Does it contain genetically modified organisms? It is usually impossible to answer these questions, to trace our vegetables from farm to table. But CSAs can reconnect us with our food—providing a tangible, hopeful solution. CSAs promote fair wages for farm workers, environmental stewardship, economic sustainability, and strong communities.
Monday - Friday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Thursday CSA pick-up: 1:00PM - 7:00PM
produce and fruit from Whipstone Farm, Flying M, Wong’s Farm and other growers, delicious chickens from Ridge View Farm, Downey Farms – Lamb, a variety of cuts available, Molly’s Tamales fresh each week, Claudine’s Kitchen — hummus, tabouli, babaganoush, lebneh & zatar pizzas, Urban Oven crackers and cookies, Uncle Buzz cookies, Sky Island Roasters coffee, Consciousness Blossoms detox bath soak, Nothing But Soap – offering local hand made cleaning products, Flower, Stems and Roots body care products, Guardin D’ Lights grab and go meal items, dips and cookies
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