Community Supported Agriculture

Make sure to check out the links on the General Resources - Marketing Options page, starting with your state's agricultural resources.


Arizona Resources

Prescott College CSA Program
In the PCCSA members sign up for a share, (either seasonal or year-long) and then pick up their produce once a week. Because the PCCSA is a cooperative CSA, meaning that the food comes from more than one farm, more farmers are supported from around the state and in turn provide a variety of produce throughout the year.



Other Resources

Local Harvest

Local Harvest has a complete CSA farm finder for the United States.


The Robyn Van En Center for CSA Resources

The Robyn Van En Center provides a national resource center about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) for people across the nation and around the world. The Robyn Van En Center also offers outreach and works to gain publicity about CSA farms in order to benefit community farmers and consumers everywhere.


Community Supported Agriculture

This ATTRA publication reports on the history of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) in the U.S. and discusses the various models that have emerged. Information includes resources, research, handbooks, and success stories.