What does CSA stand for?

Community Supported Agriculture.

What is CSA?

CSA is an alternative food distribution model where customers pay farmers up front for a share of their upcoming harvest. The result is an engaging relationship that increases the overall understanding and value perception of small-scale, local agriculture.

What are the benefits of a CSA?

For farmers: upfront financing, guaranteed customers, direct customer contact, full share of the price. Community engagement, 

For consumers: price and production transparency, access to freshly harvested local produce, education about sustainable agricultural practices. Community engagement.

Is CSA a global thing?

There are various iterations of the concept all over the world, in many different communities.