Arizona

Ajo (Pima County)

Ajo CSA-affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms [Nina Altshul]
901 West Morondo Avenue
www.localharvest.org/csa/M6590

Flagstaff (Coconino County)

Flagstaff CSA-affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms [Karna Otten]
PO Box 126
928.213.6948
www.flagcsa.com

Glendale (Maricopa County)

Crooked Sky Farms [Frank Martin]
Farmland leased in 4 locations in urban Phoenix, Duncan (Greenlee County, AZ), and Virden (Hidalgo County, NM)
PO Box 157, Glendale, AZ 85311
www.crookedskyfarms.com

Phoenix (Maricopa County)

Farmyard (Rebecca Kidwell)
4056 E. Weldon Avenue
602.954.1440
www.myfarmyard.com

Maya’s Farm at South Mountain [Maya Dailey]
9106 S. 32nd Street (at Southern)
480.236.7097
www.mayasfarm.com

PolyHarvest CSA- affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms [Christopher Wharton]
2nd Street and Fillmore Street, Downtown
www.localharvest.org/csa/M6590

Prescott (Yavapai County)

Prescott College CSA- affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms [Erin Lingo]
220 Grove Avenue
928.350.1401
www.prescott.edu/csa

Queen Creek (Maricopa County)

Desert Roots Farm [Kelly Saxer]
Near N. Schnepf Road & E. Combs Road
602.751.0655
www.desertrootsfarm.com

Tempe (Maricopa County)

Tempe CSA-affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms  [Andrew Greaves]
Fellowship Hall of the Community Christian Church
1701 S. College Avenue
www.TempeCSA.org

Tonapah (Maricopa County)

Tonopah Rob’s Vegetable Farm [Rob Lazzarotto]
35838 W. Buckeye Road
623.386.3033
www.tonopahrob.com

Tucson (Pima County)

Tucson CSA- affiliated with Glendale’s Crooked Sky Farms [Philippe Waterinckx, Daniela Diamente & Ignacio Rivera deRosales]
300 E. University Blvd, Suite 146
520.203.1010
www.tucsoncsa.org

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.

A Community Supported Agriculture directory of farms is also currently under construction for this website.  This directory will provide detailed information on CSA farms, which have established a commitment to produce their farm products using organic methods, without the use of harmful chemicals, genetic engineering or any synthetics, and which show care for the health of people, animals, land and water.  Please send information on CSA farms which meet this standard by visiting the contact us page.

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