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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Community Supported Agriculture programs are designed to build a relationship between the farmer and the community. Members buy a share that assists the farmer in production costs and in return members receive a weekly portion of the harvest. CSA portions vary according to the season and the success of each crop. 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Programs in the Tucson Area

Name/ Farm

Pick-up time and Place

Contact

Tucson CSA/ Crooked Sky Farms

Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, 300 E. University Blvd

www.tucsoncsa.org/ 520-203-1010

Agua Linda CSA

Sunday mornings, St. Phillips Farmer's Market

agualindafarm.net/id3.html, 891-5532

Sleeping Frog Farms

By appt @ 1801 W Overton, or Sunday am @ St. Phillips Farmer's Market

Adam Valdivia, 212-3764

Down on the Farm CSA

Wednesday afternoon and Saturday mornings, 7878 E. Wrightstown Rd.

Carol Murray, 505-4382

Avalon Organic Garden CSA

Thursday afternoons, Santa Cruz Farmer's Market

avalongardens.org/csa, 603-9932

River Road Garden CSA

Saturday mornings, 3605 E River Rd.

http://www.riverroadgardens.com/, 780-9125

Menlo Farms CSA

Tuesdays 3pm-7pm, Mercado San Augustin, 100 S Avenida de Convento

Dana or Paul, 240-6230

 

 

Source: 

Email from Community Food Bank, 11/2010.

"Tucson Community Supported Agriculture ." Tucson Community Supported Agriculture . http://www.tucsoncsa.org/ (accessed October 14, 2011).

"C.S.A. arizona farm." About Us. http://agualindafarm.net/id3.html (accessed October 14, 2011).

"Avalon Gardens." Avalon Gardens. http://avalongardens.org/csa (accessed October 14, 2011).

"River Road Gardens." River Road Gardens. http://www.riverroadgardens.com/ (accessed October 14, 2011).
 
 

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Last Update: 10-14-2011 4:32pm

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