This summer, sign up for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in local agriculture. By utilizing CSA, you will directly support local farmers, enabling them to sustain their operations and keep providing the community with fresh produce. In return for your membership fee, you will receive a variety of freshly picked vegetables, fruits, meats, herbs, eggs, dairy, flowers and other products, depending on the program. On top of the many benefits, CSA programs also provide a sense of community. As a CSA member, you will have the opportunity to fully connect to the land where your food is grown and the people who cultivate it.

Living Hope Farm

461 Indian Creek Rd, Harleysville, PA
(215) 256-4400 | www.livinghopefarm.org/

Living Hope Farm is a nonprofit farm in Harleysville that grows fruits and vegetables using organic and environmentally friendly practices. The CSA program operates like a subscription service for fresh produce. The main growing season is 22 weeks long (June – October). Shares come in three sizes: large, small and mini.

Little Croft Farm

11 Kratz Rd, Perkiomenville, PA
littlecroftfarm@gmail.com | www.littlecroftfarm.com/

Little Croft Farm is a 21st century family farm in an 18th century homestead. The farm grows organic produce that is available to the local community. They offer a 20-week CSA program.

Pennypack Farm

685 Mann Road, Horsham, PA
(215) 646-3943 | www.pennypackfarm.org

Pennypack Farm offers both a winter and a summer CSA program. The winter CSA runs from mid-November through the first week of March. The summer CSA runs for 24 weeks, beginning in late May/early June and runs through the first weeks of November. You will receive high quality, local food and an on-farm experience.

 

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