What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
CSAs are a way for consumers to buy local, seasonal produce or meat directly from a farmer in their community. Basically, a farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. Typically, the share consists of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share, or basically a membership, and in turn receive an amount of seasonal produce for a certain period throughout the farming season.
Greenwood Farms – 918-323-0330
Big Cabin, OK
All-natural bee, pork, poultry, fresh goat milk and free range eggs
Fisher’s Produce – 918-639-0244
29323 S. 257 W. Ave., Bristow, OK
Certified organic asparagus, corn, seasonal produce.
CSA memberships available Mid April- Mid July
Old Main Heirloom Farm – 918-734-7028
Broken Arrow area
Heirloom, organic and Non-GMO produce, herbs and cut flowers. Basket shares for small, medium and large families.
Bootstrap Farm – 918-812-2671
21117 E 44th Street, Yale, OK
Twenty-six week share of produce, fruit, milk, eggs, meat and value-added products.
Drop-offs located in Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Tulsa.
Conscious Community Co-op – 405-359-8359
Chemical Free Produce, Plants, Seeds, Chicken coops, Greenhouses, Homemade items, Maple syrup, Local Honey, Fill Propane Bottles and much more
Three Springs Farm – 918-868-5450
1367 Hwy 82A, Oaks, OK
Contact us to make sure your favorite community supported agriculture programs are added to this list!