What is CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA is a farming model in which customers sign-up and purchase a member-ship to receive a weekly (or bi-weekly) share of local, fresh vegetables throughout the summer. We offer 16 sites in the area - Indiana, Ebensburg, Nicktown, Altoona, and Johnstown - where members conveniently pick-up their weekly box.
Take a peek at the farm!
What we grow
Everything starts as seed in our greenhouse. From there we transplant to the fields to be watered and weeded until harvest time. We grow a variety of produce: green onions, peas, and lettuces in the spring - zucchini, tomatoes, onions, peppers, beans, and sweet corn in the summer - and spaghetti squash, cabbage, and potatoes in the fall...and much more! Our vegetables are healthy, fresh, and chemical-free.
We have been growing and selling vegetables since our first farmers market in 2001. Our first CSA started in 2008 - with 50 families. Now we feed over 250 families each summer with our vegetables. We love bringing vegetables from our field to your table, enabling you to try our local, healthy, beautiful bounty.
Don't want to commit to CSA boxes?
Visit our Farmer Market at the farm Fridays 5-7 p.m. and Saturdays 9-11 a.m. Our market opens in summer.
Visit our Facebook for items available each week.