What is Community Supported Agriculture?
A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a partnership between farmers and their customers. Customers become a CSA member by paying for a season’s worth of produce at the beginning of the growing season. Farmers provide a portion or a ‘share’ of the farm’s produce to each CSA member each week throughout the growing season.
How does a C.S.A. work?
Each week your share is ready for you to pick up down at the farm, (5 minutes from downtown Spokane in Vinegar Flats).
What's in a share?
A variety of vegetables such as:
Spring Box: salad mix, chard, napa cabbage, mizuna, radishes, snap peas, cillantro, nettles, watercress, green onions, rhubarb, pea tendrils, sun chokes
Summer Box: collards, turnips, bok choi, kale, bunching onions, summer squash, basil, green beans, broccoli, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers,
Fall Box: potatoes, spinach, pumpkins, carrots, beets, cabbage, garlic, cilantro, tomatoes, red onions, daikon radish, salad mix, winter squash
Vinegar Flats Farm's C.S.A. begins mid-June and runs through September
2021 Share Price $400.
Half shares are $220 and pick up is every other week.This link takes you to our new Vinegar Flats Farm website.
As a shareholder in Vinegar Flats Farm's CSA, you provide the farm monetary security for the operating costs throughtout the season. You also provide a guaranteed market for the vegetables. This commitment ensures the survival of local agriculture by sharing the risk and bounty of the farm. By joining you become an active part of the farm's success and community.