ECO Farm's 2020 Summer CSA Enrollment is Now Open!
With hearts full of hope, heads full of vision, and gratitude for being a part of something bigger than ourselves, the staff and volunteers at ECO are excited to announce our 2020 CSA season from March 15 to September 5.
Joining a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a great way to get fresh, local produce. By joining ECO Farms CSA program, you also support ECO’s mission for integrating mindfulness and sustainability into our personal lives and community culture. Click here to enroll today.
Last year, ECO Farm was devastated by a flood that took our crops, some of our animals, and even some of our spirit. But if there is one thing sustainable farms and farmers are, it is resilient. After months of cleanup and regrouping, planning and seeding, we are ready to serve our community again. Never has there been a more important time for us to focus on community level food security and we feel honored to be able to help the Sedona/Cottonwood communities to achieve a higher level of locally grown, nutrient dense, and sustainably farmed produce.
What is a CSA?
A Community-Supported Agriculture program (CSA) is a method of local food distribution that allows farmers to connect directly with customers. Individuals or families buy "a share" of the farmer's harvest. In exchange, members receive weekly food boxes with fresh vegetables and herbs. By buying a share, you and your family receive fresh, local produce at an affordable price and the farmer receives a guaranteed income for the farm.
How does it work?
Before the beginning of each growing season, members purchase a share of our harvest for the season. Throughout the season, members receive weekly food boxes filled with delicious seasonal vegetables straight from the farm. Food boxes will be available for pick up at the designated locations each week.
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We look forward to partnering with you in the 2020 seasonal harvest.