Community Supported Agriculture is a way to support a local farm and get a regular supply of fresh produce and other local foods.

In a CSA, consumers purchase a subscription to a local farm. This helps the farmer with funds to get their season started and subscribers get a regular portion of the harvest throughout the season, usually a large box of produce delivered to a central location weekly. Most CSA farms are certified organic. Some have options to get other products like eggs, bread, fruit, or flowers.

Below is a list of local CSA's. Please add to the list.

Racing Heart Farm has full and half shares. You can also add a share of fresh goat cheese from Bifrost Farms or a winter share.

Winnowburrow Farm focuses on unusual and heirloom varieties that are beautiful and delicious. You can also get farmer's market style shares that allow you to pick your items every week.

Sylvan Hills Farm is a certified organic farm with a focus on heirloom and traditional varieties. They also put much of their land in conservation to provide habitat for nesting songbirds.

Valley Pasture Farm has produce shares and market shares. They also produce eggs and pasture raised lamb, pork, and goat.

Mary Dirty Face Farm  is a certified organic fruit farm that offers a 10-week fruit share and a fall apple share.

EB Ranch raises a rare breed of San Clemente Island Goats. Erin produces goat milk soap and sells soap shares, shipped directly to you.  She also offers pasture raised chicken and turkey. 

UW-Sprout Campus Garden offers shares to UW-Stout community members including small shares perfect for students or small households.