CSA Enrollment

What is Community Supported Agriculture?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is based on the direct relationship between local farmers and consumers in the community. By purchasing shares in the farm the “shareholder” is guaranteed fresh picked seasonal produce that varies weekly based on harvest throughout the season. Imagine fresh picked vegetables every week instead of going to the supermarket. 

How does the CSA program benefit you the shareholder?

Gray Gardens will have multiple buy-in options based on your family’s needs. Whether you are buying for yourself or a family of five, there is a share for you. The shareholder will be expected to pay at least half of the share they chose at the start of the season, and the remainder halfway through the season. This ensures the farm will have adequate funds to provide the highest quality produce to your table. If you choose to support CSA, you are directly helping reduce the burdens small farms could face, such as, labor, maintenance, equipment, water, seed selection, and Mother Nature. This allows the farm to focus energy on you, the shareholder, and delivering only the freshest produce to the community that is supporting us.

Sign up for next season

Spring/Summer  2017:  April 6th – August 5th(18 weeks total)

Click "Enroll Now" below to download the CSA form. Print it out. Complete the form and bring to us at market. Payment may be made in cash, by check, credit/debit or just pay us online by clicking "Buy Now" below.

if you are joining after our start date(April 6th) than select the appropriate amout of weeks left in the season and pay that amount.

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Spring/Summer CSA

Worktrade Program

Work and receive a CSA share (a bounty of fresh seasonal produce) and priceless gardening knowledge for your time.

CSA Enrollment

CSA is a co-op like program where you buy a share into our farm in return for a bounty of fresh picked produce weekly.

Locations

Gray Gardens locations can be found at 6 farmers markets in Austin and surrounding area.