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What's a CSA?

Community-supported agriculture (CSA) connects the producer and consumers within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of a certain farm.



Peas - 2 Varieties  Radishes - 3 Varieties  |  Beets - 2 Varieties  Cabbage - 2 Varieties  Broccoli  Cauliflower  Lettuce - 4 Varieties  Spinach  Onions - 2 Varieties  Carrots - 4 Varieties  Cucumbers - 2 Varieties  Pickles  Yellow Squash - 2 Varieties  Watermelon - 4 Varieties  Zucchini - 2 Varieties  Cantaloupe - 2 Varieties  Cantaloupe - 2 Varieties  Pole Beans - 2 Varieties  Yellow Beans - 2 Varieties  Specialty Bush Beans  Acorn Squash  Spaghetti Squash  Okra - 2 Varieties  Sweet Corn - 3 Varieties  Bell Peppers - 2 Varieties  Sweet Peppers  Jalapeño Peppers  Hot Peppers - 4 Varieties  Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes - 4 Varieties  San Marzano Sauce Tomato  Cherry/Grape Tomatoes - 3 Varieties  Potatoes - 2 Varieties


Pumpkins - 4 Varieties  Squash - 2 Varieties  Peas  Beans  Okra - 2 Varieties  Peppers - 4 Varieties  Tomatoes - 4 Varieties  Ornamental Corn  Onions - 2 Varieties  Radishes - 2 Varieties  Carrots - 2 Varieties  Lettuce -2 Varieties  Melons - 2 Varieties  Cabbage  Broccoli  Cauliflower


Basil  Cilantro  Dill  Fennel  Lemon Balm  Mint  Parsley  Oregano  Rosemary  Sage  Thyme  Tarragon  Chamomile  Chives  Garlic  Agastache


Snapdragon  Gomphrena  Aster Salmon  Orange Calendula  Hollyhock  Baby's Breath  Dahlia  Purple Coneflower  Zinnia  Cosmos  Mexican Sunflowers  Sunflowers  Stocks  Poppy  Black-Eyed Susans  Ipomopsis  Bachelor's Button  Dianthus  Amaranth  Strawflower


Learn more about Valley View Farm's fresh baskets and CSA subscription options on our Country Store page!



1. You’re supporting your local community


It’s no secret that many of our local agricultural producers are being pushed out by larger scale, commercial farmers. The best way to show your support is to put your money where your mouth is… literally.

2. It encourages more fruit and vegetable consumption


You pretty much have no excuse to not eat your veggies when they’re showing up on your doorstep each week. We love fruits and veggies around here, but if they’re not in the house we’re less likely to eat them. No more excuses now!

3. You get to experiment with different types of produce


We understand how easy it is to get stuck in a produce rut and eat the same things over and over again. Having someone else pick things for you (or at least the option of having them choose for you) encourages you to try things you normally wouldn’t pick. Without a CSA, you may never discover how much you love certain produce!

4. You’re eating in season


Our bodies aren’t designed to eat the same things year round. There’s a reason we eat strawberries in the summer and warming squash in the winter. CSAs are only able to sell what they’re able to grow, so what you get will be the freshest of what’s in season.

5. It saves you money


Buying directly from farmers cuts out the middleman and transportation costs which helps you save money. It also ensures less food waste because the CSA sends you enough for how many you order for. For example, if you get just enough for two people, you're likely to polish it all off each week.


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