What is CSA?

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a food buying membership system where you prepay for food that will be produced by a farm during that coming growing season. Among other things, this system supports the farm by helping it to do more flexible financial and production planning. It also supports the membership by stretching the value of their dollars through bonus credits, and by making it more convenient for you to get and enjoy the shared organic bounty that will soon fill the coming season. 

Z Food Farm 2016 CSA membership is open! 

We are now offering Community Supported Agriculture shares for the 2016 growing season. Our season will likely start late May/early June and run through mid-November (approximately 25 weeks), although exact dates will be affected by weather. Space in our CSA is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Our CSA program offers two different types of membership, Market Share and Farm Share.



 

MARKET/PICKUP DAYS
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 12-7P
On the farm in Lawrenceville

Saturdays from 9A-3P
In Philly at the Rittenhouse Square Farmers’ Market

 

 

WHAT WE GROW
Every year we attempt to grow over 350 varieties of the following vegetables, herbs, and fruits:

arugula
Asian greens
basil
beets
broccoli
cabbage
carrots

cantaloupe
cauliflower
celery & celeriac
celtuce

chard
chives

cilantro
cucumber
dill
eggplant
fennel
ficoïde glaciale
filet beans
garlic

ground cherries
kale
kohlrabi
leeks
lettuce

mint
okra
onions
parsley
parsnips
peas

peppers
potatoes
pumpkins
radicchio
radishes
rosemary
rutabaga

sage
salad mix
scallions
shallots
shishito peppers

spinach
summer squash

sweet potatoes
tomatillos

tomatoes
turnips
watermelon
winter squash

and we're always experimenting with more!

Email zfoodfarm@gmail.com with any further questions.