Full Circle CSA

Bringing Community, Environment, Food, and Health Full Circle

2015 CSA pick up example

2015 CSA pick up example

Community Supported Agriculture

Through Community Supported Agriculture members directly support the farmers by investing in the farm before the season begins, this ensures that the farmers have the income necessary to obtain infrastructure, seeds, and start growing vegetables.  CSA members get the benefit of high quality produce picked fresh the morning of pick up as well as the opportunity to pick some of their own vegetables right from the fields and get discounts at markets and events.

Shared Risk

Farming is risky business, even the smallest of things can make the largest of impacts. Community Supported Agriculture helps to ensure the farmer has a market for their vegetables. We let our members know up front, when they invest in the farm they are literally buying a share of the yield. This could mean members get large quantities of crops which are doing very well, but could potentially mean having to deal with less of their favorite pick. We have been growing and reading about vegetables for many years and strive to exceed the expectations of our members.

Become a Member

We are accepting members for the 2019 season! Full memberships to pick up weekly shares of vegetables for 25 weeks at $650, Half memberships for fresh vegetables every other week for 13 weeks at $350.  You can choose to pick up Thursdays at the Eagleview Farmer’s Market in Exton, or the Malvern Farmer’s market on Saturday mornings.

FullCircleCSApa@gmail.com

Mixed Beans

Mixed Beans

Photos taken by Samantha Smenkowski