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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


Tucson CSA/ Crooked Sky Farms

Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, 300 E. University Blvd 520-203-1010

Agua Linda CSA

Sunday mornings, St. Phillips Farmer's Market, 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, 603-9932

River Road Garden CSA

Saturday mornings, 3605 E River Rd., 780-9125

Menlo Farms CSA

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

Dana or Paul, 240-6230




Email from Community Food Bank, 11/2010.

"Tucson Community Supported Agriculture ." Tucson Community Supported Agriculture . (accessed October 14, 2011).

"C.S.A. arizona farm." About Us. (accessed October 14, 2011).

"Avalon Gardens." Avalon Gardens. (accessed October 14, 2011).

"River Road Gardens." River Road Gardens. (accessed October 14, 2011).

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

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