Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for local farmers and their communities to support each other throughout each growing season. It’s a direct connection between the plate and the field that allows participants to be intimately involved in the way their food is grown. By purchasing a fully-customizable weekly “share,” CSA members assist the farmer, in advance, with the income needed to support the growing season, including any supplies, seeds, and tools.
A CSA share at Ashbourne Farms not only secures a portion of fresh certified organic vegetables harvested each week but welcomes each customer to the farm family. Ashbourne’s CSA members are at the root of its vegetable garden.
Purchase One-Time Shares
You don't have to join the full CSA program. If you want to support your local farm and eat healthy but cannot commit to a full farm share season, you can use the farm stand to purchase one time shares. Once you sign up, you’ll continue to receive notifications when we have one-time shares available.
Food waste is the #1 reason folks don’t return to a CSA and we want to fix that! Because you are getting what you want, you’ll see less food getting tossed or composted which is going to ensure you are getting the biggest bang for your buck.
Want to order “extra” items from the farm? With just a few clicks of a button, we’ll put those items in your box which means fewer trips to the grocery store and more time in your day!
Tired of remembering to make payments or can’t pay in full? Choose the payment plan at check out and your card will be charged automatically each time your share is delivered. Keeping it simple and easy for you!
When you pick up your Ashbourne Farms share box, you are setting yourself up for health success by stocking your fridge with the most seasonal, fresh and nutritious food you can get. And rest assured, whatever the latest diet trend is this year, fresh vegetables are always on the menu! Always!
An Ashbourne Farms CSA share plan will help you eat more healthy whole foods while reducing food waste issues, and directly supporting your local farm and farmers!