What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?
Community Supported Agriculture is a popular way for community members to buy fresh, seasonal food directly from Peacehaven. Community members purchase a "share" of the harvest upfront. "Shares" are similar to a subscription or membership. In return, they receive a box of produce each week for 20 weeks during Peacehaven's growing season (usually May–October).
Click here to see our current CSA Brochure.
What is included in the CSA box each week?
Every week, CSA boxes will contain vegetables, herbs, or fruits grown at Peacehaven. Each week is a unique selection of freshly picked produce––ranging from cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, onions, squash, spinach, garlic, watermelon, and many other farm goodies. We guarantee Peacehaven's produce will be fresh additions to your summer meals.
What are the benefits of CSA?
CSA has many benefits––both for you and for Peacehaven! Shareholders receive healthy, vitamin rich food grown on Peacehaven's 89 acres. Shareholders also get the chance to learn more about how Peacehaven grows our food and about our mission of connecting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to the community.
How can I purchase a share?
CSA shares are now available. If you are interested in purchasing a 20-week share, please email Jeni Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A share is $600