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San Francisco Bay Area Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Find a CSA in the San Francisco Bay Area

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San Francisco Bay Area residents have a lot of extremely fine CSAs to choose from. They all offer a great range of fruits and vegetables, and some even have an option of ordering flowers. Many Bay Area CSAs run year-round, but check specific dates.

Eat Well Farm

Eat Well Farm offers members eggs along with the more standard fruits and vegetables, as well as weekly or bi-weekly delivery in the Bay Area and the Sacramento Area.

Full Belly Farm

Full Belly Farm is about an hour northwest of Sacramento in the Capay Valley. It is a certified organic farm with a CSA that delivers to pick-up sites in San Rafael, East Bay, South Bay, and Sacramento Area. Members can choose between weekly and bi-weekly pick-ups.

High Ground Organics

High Ground Organics grows a range of varieties of many vegetables, including tomatoes, carrots, beans, bell peppers, radishes, summer and winter squash, cooking greens, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuces, onions, garlic, and potatoes. They also produce apples, strawberries, and fabulous blueberries – all of which end up in CSA boxes at some point during the year.

Marquita Farm

Marquita Farm is renowned for their strawberries and members receive an ample share of them throughout the long spring-through-summer season.

Terra Firma Farm

Terra Firma Farm is a certified organic farm in Winter, California. It grows and delivers year-round (with a two week break at the winter holidays). Members can choose between small, medium, and large boxes with a 2/3 vegetables and 1/3 fruit mix most weeks.
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