What is a CSA?
Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a great way to directly connect farmers to consumers. Customers buy monthly “shares” of the harvest and reap the benefits of getting fresh produce directly from the farm to their kitchen. The farmer is able to plan accordingly and know how much produce to harvest each week. The benefits of a CSA are fresher organic produce, lower cost fruits and vegetables, and access to heirloom varieties that are usually not available in grocery stores. It benefits your health and the local economy as the money spent stays close to home.
How Much is It? $120 a month for your weekly delivery of produce, and $140 a month with a dozen eggs weekly.
What's included? Each week customers will receive a half-bushel box of fresh organic produce. You get to pick what's in your box and can choose the produce you want and need for the week.
Where do I get my box? Pickup will be available at Live + Local in Laureate Park every Thursday evening 6-8 PM.
To sign up for the Monthly CSA program, call or text Missy @ (561)229-6885 or Ashlee @ (561) 779-0882. Or visit Solace Organic Farm at Live + Local Thursday nights!
For most of the season the veggies come from our farm. We also work with 4 other local organic farms where we swap veggies each week. Venus Veggies in Venus. Joseph (the mushroom guy) in Loxahatchee, Robert Fong in Wellington and the Fancy Chicken in Lake Worth. All local folks and everyone is organic.
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