What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a locally-based economic model of local food distribution. CSA members pay an annual member share, making a financial commitment to a farm before the growing season, and in return, receive a weekly share of seasonal produce. The farmer and their CSA members share the risks and benefits of food production.
These farmers attended a 2017 CSA Fair in March 2017.
Iowa State University Extension has a statewide Iowa CSA guide, updated for 2017.
The Eastern Iowa Gazette published a list of local CSA Farmers on Saturday, March 27, 2016.
Iowa City Mom’s Blog published an online CSA Guide in April 2016.