Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes—either legally or spiritually—the community's farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. Most CSA farms focus on vegetables, but many provide meat, eggs, cheese, preserves, and other farm products directly to consumers. Click here for our full definition of CSA.
Duluth News Tribune: "There's still time to join a CSA farm, share in summer's bounty." 2013
Northland's News Center:
"CSA: connecting a community to farmers and fresh food," March 21, 2014
Duluth News Tribune:
"Saginaw organic farm sows seed on other people's property," July 7, 2014