What is a CSA?
Community supported agriculture (CSA) is model of local farming, where members have a direct relationship with their farmer. Members pay up front for a “share” from the farm, investing in the upcoming season and committing to enjoy the bounty of the harvest. With this model of farming, the grower and the consumer experience the risks and the benefits of growing food. Super markets have led many of us to forget what a challenge food production can be, but when you join our CSA, you get weekly email updates and evidence in your share of how the season is shaping up. You also get the freshest, tastiest, local produce, usually harvested just hours before it is delivered.
What can I expect from the Senkos Farm CSA?
Lots of good food and a friendly family farmer! We would love to have you as a member. Please check out “Our Harvest” tab to find out to expect in your share month to month. Here are some details about the upcoming season:
|Duration||20 weeks (May-September)|
|Pick up Locations||Farmers market or the farm|
|Day and time for pick up||Tuesdays 10 AM – 2 PM at Lloyd Farmers Market (Oregon Square Courtyard on NE Holladay Street in Portland)
Fridays 5 – 7 PM at Senkos Farm (10240 SE 242nd Ave in Damascus)
Saturdays 8:30 AM – 2PM at Gresham Farmers Market (Center for the Arts Plaza between NE 3rd St and NW Hood Ave in downtown Gresham)
To sign up, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org