Aston (Delaware County)

Red Hill Farm [Angela Kidder]
609 S. Convent Road (Sisters of Saint Francis of Philadelphia)

Bedford (Bedford County)

Goodness Grows (Dawn & Rob Custer and family)
5360 Bedford Valley Road (Route 220)
Pickup sites also in Altoona, Everett, Frostburg & in Cumberland, Maryland

Carlisle (Cumberland County)

Earth Spring Farm [Mike Nolan]
366 Stought Road
Pickup sites also in Boiling Springs, Camp Hill, Harrisburg, Hummelstown, Mechanicsburg, & Penbrook in Pennsylvania;  Washington, DC; College Park, Mt Rainier, Riverdale/Hyattsville & Tacoma Park in Maryland; and Arlington in Virginia

Chambersburg (Franklin County)

Fulton Farm CSA at Fulton Center for Sustainability [Sarah Bay]
Wilson College
1015 Philadelphia Avenue
717.264.4141 ext 3247

Cherry Valley (Washington County)

Cherry Valley Organics [Jodi & Evan Verbanic]
3 Hill Road

Coatesville (Chester County)

Vollmecke Orchards & CSA [Jan & Albert Vollmecke]
155 Cedar Knoll Road

Cresco (Monroe County)

Cranberry Creek Farm [Jeffrey Henry]
112 Henrys Crossing Road
Full diet for 42 weeks (April-January)

Darlington (Beaver County)

Conforti Family Farm [Craig Conforti]
611 Georgetown Road

Doylestown (Bucks County)

Barefoot Gardens [Linda Shanahan & Eric Vander Hyde]
380 N. Shady Retreat Road

East Berlin (Adams County)

Everblossom Farm [Elaine Lemmon]
6363 Carlisle Pike
Pickup sites also in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Dillsburg, Gettysburg, Hanover, Harrisburg, York in Pennsylvania; Reisterstown in Maryland; & Washington, DC

East Earl (Lancaster County)

Crawford Organics CSA [Crawford family]
387 Iron Bridge Road
Pickup sites also in Philadelphia & surrounding counties as well as a local delivery route for Lancaster & Berks counties

Germansville (Lehigh County)

The Good Farm (John & Aimee Good)
8112 Church Road

Glenmoore (Chester County)

Maysie’s Farm [Sam Cantrell]
15 St. Andrew’s Lane

Glen Rock (York County)

Spoutwood Farm [Jeff Bressler]
4255 Pierceville Road
Pickup sites also in Glen Rock, Hanover & York in Pennsylvania; & Cockeysville & Roland Park (Baltimore) in Maryland

Greensburg (Westmoreland County)

Sarver’s Hill Farm [Paul Sarver]
438 Old State Route 66

Harrisville (Butler County)

Northwest Pennsylvania Growers Co-Op [14 farms from Butler, Mercer, Lawrence, Crawford, Erie, Clarion & Venango counties (Lori Sands, Coordinator)]
141 Porter Road
Pickup sites in Butler, Cranberry Township, Edinboro, Erie, Franklin, Greenville, Grove City, Harmony, Hermitage, Meadville, Mercer, New Castle, New Wilmington, Pittsburgh, Slippery Rock & Wexford

Jonestown (Lebanon County)

Landisdale Farm [Daniel Landis]
838 Ono Road

Kempton (Berks County)

Red Earth Farm [Michael & Charis Ahlert]
5785 Golden Key Road
Approximately 30 pickup locations throughout southeastern Pennsylvania

Kimberton (Chester County)

Sankanac CSA at Camphill Village [Lael Rasch & Sebastian Kretschmer]
1601 Pughtown Road

Leola (Lancaster County)

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative CSA [90 small-scale certified organic family farms, majority old order Amish]
48 Eagle Drive
Click on link to search by zip code for pickup locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, NYC, Washington, DC & Northern Virginia

Loysville (Perry County)

Spiral Path Farm [Mike & Terra Brownback]
583 Spiral Path Lane
Pickup sites also in Boiling Springs, Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Colonial Park, Dillsburg, Duncannon, Enola, Grantham, Harrisburg, Hershey, Highland Gardens, Hummelstown, Lemoyne, Lewisberry, Linglestown, Lisburn, Lower Swatara, Mechanicsburg, New Bloomfield, New Cumberland, Newport, Palmyra, Progress, Shermans Dale, Shippensburg, Union Deposit in Pennsylvania; and Silver Spring & Bethesda in Maryland

Natrona Heights (Allegheny County)

Blackberry Meadows Farm [Jen Montgomery, Greg Boulos, Dave Boulos & Heath Gamache]
7115 Ridge Road
Pickup sites at Phipps Farmers Market in Pittsburgh, Mt. Lebanon & Fox Chapel

Perkasie (Bucks County)

Blooming Glen Farm [Tom Murtha & Tricia Borneman]
98 Moyer Road
Pickup sites also in Doylestown and Yardley


Greensgrow Urban Farm with CSA [Mary Seton Corboy]
2501 East Cumberland Street

Phoenixville (Chester County)

Charlestown Cooperative Farm [Liz & Bill Anderson]
2565 Charlestown Road

Kimberton CSA [Andrew Turner & Frank Kurylo]
415 West Seven Stars Road

Rochester (Beaver County)

Kretschmann Family Organic Farm [Don & Becky Kretschmann]
257 Zeigler Road
Click Here for info on the more than 60 pickup sites in the Pittsburgh area including at the farm

Sandy Lake (Mercer County)

Three Sisters Farm [Darrell Frey]
134 Obitz Road

Shelocta (Indiana County)

Penn’s Corner Alliance [cooperative of 30 southwestern Pennsylvania family farms (Karlin Lamberto, Manager)]
PO Box 259
Click Here for info on the more than 50 pickup sites in the Pittsburgh area

Shoemakersville (Berks County)

Taproot Farm [George Brittenburg & Ola Creston]
66 Kemmerer Road
Pickup sites also in Philadelphia, Allentown, Ambler, Fogelsville, Kutztown, Reading, West Reading

Spring Mills (Centre County)

Common Ground Organic Farm [Leslie Zuck]
127 Zuck Road

Valencia (Butler County)

Harvest Valley Farms [Art, Larry & David King]
125 Ida Lane
Pickup sites also in Pittsburgh, Aspinwall, Monroeville & North Hills

Waynesboro (Franklin County)

Yesterdays Favorites Farm [Kim Mullen]
9327 Gap Road

Wrightstown (Bucks County)

Anchor Run Farm [Derek McGeehan & Dana Hunting]
2578 2nd Street Pike

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a growing movement in America, which has provided economic support and predictability to farmers, practicing traditional family farming, that they will be able to continue to farm, and that communities will be able to enjoy fresh, local farm products.  Partnering with local farms by purchasing a “share” in the season’s harvest, consumers can know where their food is coming from and have the satisfaction of supporting local agriculture.

Participants, who purchase their shares early in the season, provide the farmer with a stable income, and in return they receive a weekly supply of fresh local farm products.  This concept of Community Supported Agriculture was introduced into the United States in 1985 by Robyn Van En, who farmed in South Egremont, Massachusetts.  She learned of the concept from a Swiss friend, Jan Vander Tuin, and within 4 years her farm’s original membership of 30 shares grew to 150.

Wilson College in Chambersberg, Pennsylvania has established the Robyn Van En Center in honor of Ms. Van En who died in 1997.  The Robyn Van En Center maintains a data base of Community Supported Agriculture farms, now numbering over 1400 farms,  which is easily searched.  CLICK HERE to search for a CSA farm convenient to your home using this directory.


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