What’s a CSA?

Community-supported agriculture, or community-shared agriculture (CSA) is a direct exchange between producers and consumers. The consumer buys a share in the farm’s production at the beginning of the season, thus becoming a partner in the endeavor. In exchange, the farm commits to providing quality produce, usually harvested the day before, or even the same day. In addition to issues of quality, this model of food distribution addresses people’s desire to have a relationship with the farmers who grow their food.

At Huila Farm we are committed to providing a hybrid CSA model where we can commit to providing Harvest Bags and also sell additional produce à la carte (harvests permitting)
 as we understand not everyone wants to participate in a CSA. 

Please contact us (using the contact tab) for additional information on past and future CSA Harvest Bags, or subscribe to our newsletter at the home page.