Community Supported Agriculture

We are full for the 2021 season! 
Thank you!
Please contact us to be added to the waiting list
What is a CSA?

Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a system in which farmers partner with community members to provide a local source of fresh produce.  Community members that buy a CSA share receive a variety of freshly picked farm produce weekly throughout the growing season.  

Tioga Valley Farm CSA Details:

Our CSA runs for 21 weeks, from June until October.  CSA members pick up their shares on the farm every week during designated pickup times.  Our CSA is "market-style" meaning that members get to choose the majority of vegetables they take home.  Example share photos below.  After picking up their share of pre-harvested and washed veggies, members can take advantage of our U-Pick flowers, vegetables, and herbs.  U-Pick is included for all members at no additional cost.

CSA members choose Tuesday or Thursday pickup from 3-6 PM.
Our 2021 CSA price is $550. We ask for a $200 deposit to reserve your share and the remaining balance is due on the first CSA pickup date, scheduled for early June.  We are happy to create alternative payment plans with our customers, just ask!

Why become a CSA member?

-Get a weekly supply of fresh, organic vegetables 

-Support local, sustainable agriculture

-Eat healthier

-Try new foods and new recipes


See our FAQs or contact us here.

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