Local CSA Listings
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) links consumers directly with local food producers and operates on “shares”: farms sell a number of shares at the beginning of the season to secure the capital they need in exchange for weekly produce boxes to each share-holding member throughout the season.
Joining a CSA is a great way to get to know where your food comes from.
COVID-19 Update: Many CSAs are offering weekly pick ups that can be ordered at the beginning of each week. Check with individual CSAs for the most current information about their COVID-19 crisis response.
CSA farm shares are typically paid at the beginning of the season, but some CSAs may offer alternative payment plans or work shares.
Keep in mind that being a shareholder in a CSA farm means that you take the same risks that farmers do— problems with pests or severe weather can result in a smaller box of produce. Likewise, a particularly good season means you reap the benefits!
Most CSAs will deliver produce boxes to a convenient location or the local farmers’ market, but some may require that you visit the farm.
Joining a CSA offers great opportunities have opportunities to attend CSA community events, to get to know farmers and fellow members, and to volunteer at the farm.
Memberships are limited, so be sure to inquire about joining a CSA early in the season.
New Mexico Harvest
La Cosecha CSA
Loose Leaf Farm
Matt’s Mushroom Farm
Tierra Sagrada Farm
Whole Heart Farm
Fill out the contact form on their website for more information:
Beck & Bulow Buffalo
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market CSA
(505) 983-4098 x 3
Squash Blossom Local Food
Western Family Farm
Silver City Area
Frisco Farm CSA
June through October
(575) 539-2169 or email@example.com