Green Button Farm CSA

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What is a CSA?

Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between farmers and a community of supporters. At the beginning of the growing season, members purchase a share of the farm’s production. The farmer uses this money to cover the cost of seeds, equipment, labor, and maintenance. When CSA members make this commitment they are supporting the farm through the season and are sharing the risks and bounty of growing food. This mutually supportive relationship between 
local farmers and community 
members helps to create
 economically stable farm 
operations in which members are
 assured the highest quality
 produce. In return, farmers are 
assured a reliable market for a
 variety of crops.

Once a week during the growing season members receive a reusable box of locally grown fresh produce. Our fruits and vegetables offered are through a collaboration of trusted and vetted small family farms that Ryan and Alicia have developed over the last ten years. These boxes of local culinary goodness include 5 to 8 vegetables and herbs selected from a wide range of items that vary with the seasons. Members also have the option to subscribe to weekly and biweekly proteins including eggs, pork, beef and poultry. If you are interested in learning more about local farms and how you can help to support your local farmer please check out Carolina Farm Stewards’ non profit organization.


Want FREE Delivery?

Email us if you would like to make your business or office a FREE delivery location.

Visit our CSA Store

To see our prices visit our Farmigo page, a secure CSA host service. You will be prompted to select your preferred delivery location. You will then have access to all of the options and prices.

We will offer seasonal CSA’s 2 times a year (fall/winter, and spring/summer) – spanning 11 months.

2017 Winter CSA prices and signup are available now. Our CSA will run for 10 weeks. Start date is February 2017, and it ends mid-March.