Soil Born Farms’ community supported agriculture (CSA) program is a partnership between our nonprofit urban farm and a community of supporters. Twice a year CSA members purchase a farm share which helps us cover the costs of growing. In return, Soil Born Farms provides CSA members with an abundance of fresh from the field, nutrient-rich, organically grown produce each week during the season.
As a CSA member, the impact of your dollars goes beyond putting healthy, organic, delicious food on the table. This investment in Soil Born Farms allows you to reconnect with the land, know your farmers and participate directly in a local food system. In addition, you provide valuable support for innovative education programs, food access initiatives and the development of a local community farm and education center.
Sign up for our upcoming Fall/Winter 2019-20 CSA season. Check back after September 21.
Fall/Winter CSA runs for 18 weeks with a 2-week winter break: Wed., November 6 to Wed., March 4, 2020 (no boxes on Dec. 25, 2019 or Jan. 1, 2020).
You can choose to pick up your CSA box at one of the following locations:
American River Ranch (Wednesdays after 8 a.m.)
Western Feed and Supply, 1600 34th Street, Sacramento CA 95819 (Wednesdays 12 to 7pm or Thursdays 8:30am to 12:30pm)
Weekly: Early Bird through Sept. 30: $352 ($22 per box/save $32)
Regular Rate, Oct. 1 through 30: $384 ($24 per box)
Every Other Week: Early Bird through Sept. 30: $176 ($22 per box/save $16)
Regular Rate, Oct 1 through 30: $192 ($24 per box)
There will be 8 to 10 items of seasonal produce each week.
Spring may include: Kale, chard, collard greens, baby bok choi, Asian greens, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chicory, cucumber, green garlic, leeks, arugula, lettuce, beets, carrots, turnips, tomatoes, radish, romanesco, fennel, kohlrabi, onions, parsley, scallions, snap peas, spinach, summer squash, salad mix, culinary herbs, seasonal fruits..
Summer may include: Kale, chard, lettuce, basil, broccoli, beets, corn, carrots, fennel, leeks, cucumbers, summer squash, tomatoes (red slicer and heirlooms), peppers, potatoes, onions, scallions, snap peas, spinach, parsley, eggplant, beans, garlic, culinary herbs, apricots, plums, melons, peaches, nectarines, figs, pluots, watermelons, apples, persimmons and pomegranates.
Fall-Winter may include: Kale, chard, collard greens, Asian greens, winter squash, beets, carrots, turnips, broccoli, corn, cabbage, baby bok choi, cauliflower, chicory, arugula, cucumber, eggplant, garlic, lettuce, leeks, peppers, radish, romanesco, fennel, spinach, summer squash, tomatoes, turnips, salad mix, parsley, onions, culinary
herbs, basil, oranges, grapefruit, kiwi fruit, melons and apples.
Your donation will help direct much needed, high-quality produce to underserved communities in the Sacramento area. You can make a donation online >>
My friend and I shared a box. On the drop-off day, one of us would pick up the box and then meet at the house closest to the drop-off site. We would split up the produce while chatting about our day and planning meals around the contents of our box. On the odd days when one of us was too busy, I might split the box by myself and leave a bag on my porch for my friend to grab once she was free. We were able to use all the produce in the box plus we got to see each other more often!
My CSA box has changed my diet. It makes me so happy to pick up my box, unpack my veggies and plan my meals. I love the fresh taste and love that I am helping support local farms.
I have been pleased and amazed by how many more vegetables my husband, kids and I have been eating. Everything tastes so much better than what is available at the grocery store.
If you must cancel your membership, you will be eligible for a pro-rated refund minus a $25 processing fee.