What to Expect

What exactly is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. At the start of each season, farmers sell a share of the farm's harvest to help fund some of the seasons early expenses. In exchange, you are provided with a box of fresh produce each week.

Why Should I join?

Supporting small farms through a CSA share is one of the most direct ways to cultivate a vibrant local agricultural community. Often, produce in large grocery stores is shipped from across the country or abroad instead of being purchased from a grower just down the road.  With your support, we can provide you with fresh, local produce that is grown without any manufactured chemical inputs or animal byproducts. Your contribution can truly help us grow.

How long does One CSA Share last?

The CSA extends through twenty weeks of the season, beginning in mid May and ending in early October.

What can i expect in each CSA box?

Each week the CSA boxes are filled with a diversity of vegetables.  We work hard to keep a variety of five to eight items in each box, per week.  A short list of some of the crops we are growing this season include:

Arugula, Beets, Carrots, Eggplant, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Okra, Peppers, Salad Mix, Tomatoes, Winter Squash and Zucchinis, to name just a few.

What does it cost?

The cost for a full season share is $400, priced at $20 per week over the twenty week span.  Full season payment is preferred, however, we may offer payment plans if requested. 


pick up


  • East Asheville TailGate Market, Asheville. Fridays from 3-6pm

  • Asheville City Market South, Wednesday 12-4pm

  • At the farm, Fridays after 2pm


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