2021 CSA Programs

2021 CSA programs are currently closed to new sign-ups. We may open up shares in the future at a prorated cost.

A CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) program is a mutual commitment between a farmer and consumer. When you purchase a CSA share, each week we’ll provide you with a farmers’-choice variety of fresh, seasonal produce grown just east of the Peaks using regenerative growing techniques attuned to the land and its communities. Because of your up-front commitment to us, you’ll receive the produce at a 20-25% discount from our at-market price.

If you cook at home often, like to try new ingredients and recipes, love veggies, are in town for much/most of the season, and want to ensure your access to local and fresh produce, then a CSA might be right for you! CSAs aren’t for everyone, and that’s okay. You can still get produce from us and fellow farmers on Sunday mornings at the Flagstaff Community Market, May through October.

Head to our FAQ below if you have questions, or feel free to contact us.

2021 CSA Share Options – CURRENTLY CLOSED

We offer sliding-scale CSA memberships according to income to better facilitate food access for all individuals, particularly those affected disproportionately by structural violence.* Each income level will receive the same amount of produce according to your CSA selection. High-income shares will help fund low-income shares.

Market Garden CSA – CLOSED
Includes a farmers-choice variety of farm-fresh produce such as salad greens, leafy greens, root crops, tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, green beans, peas, occasional wildcrafted plants (e.g. prickly pear fruit, mushrooms if the rains come), and more.
May 16 – August 29 (16 weeks total)
~ Sliding-scale shares according to income available at sign-up ~

  • Large share: $400 ($25/week for approx $30 of produce)
    Reserve your spot with an $50 deposit
  • Small share: – $240 ($15/week for approx $20 of produce)
    Small shares contain about ½+ of the produce in a large share
    Reserve your spot with a $50 deposit

Greens CSA – CLOSED
Greens galore! These shares will provide only an assortment of greens each week (like lettuce, arugula, mizuna, bok choi, spinach, kale, chard). Great for folks who love greens or are just looking to get greens from us!
8 weeks, $80 ($10/week for $13-15 of produce)

  • Early Summer share: May 16 – July 4 (8 weeks)
  • Monsoon share: July 11 – August 29 (8 weeks)

Share Pick-Up

  • Sundays 8am-noon at the Flagstaff Community Market (location TBA)
    OR
  • Mondays 4-6pm at our self-serve farm stand in Timberline
    *** Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we also offer delivery service to elderly and immunocompromised CSA share members. Please contact us to coordinate doorstep delivery in the Flagstaff area. ***

(If you’re having trouble with the form above, you can access it here)

Online Deposit/Greens CSA Payment

Please pay your CSA deposit or full Greens CSA payment below (unless you are mailing us a check/cash).

Refugia Gardens CSA deposit/payment – select below


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CSA?

A CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) program is a mutual commitment between a farmer and consumer. When you purchase a share/subscription, each week we’ll provide you with a variety of fresh, seasonal produce grown just east of the Peaks using regenerative growing techniques attuned to the land and its communities. Because of your commitment to us, you will receive the produce at a 20-25% discount from our at-market price.

When and where do I pick-up my CSA?

We will be holding two pick-up times:

  • Sundays 8am-noon at the Flagstaff Community Market (location TBA)
    OR
  • Mondays 4-6pm at our self-serve farm stand in Timberline

    *** Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we also offer delivery service to elderly and immunocompromised CSA share members. Please contact us to coordinate doorstep delivery in the Flagstaff area. ***

Why are there different payment options for different incomes?

We offer multiple levels of CSA membership according to income to facilitate better food access for low-income individuals and those affected disproportionately by structural violence.* Each income level will receive the same amount of produce within respective large/small size selections. High-income shares will help fund low-income shares.

* Structural violence: how dominant systems and structures of power enact disproportionate forms of economic, social, and bodily violence upon individuals and communities (e.g. state violence, involuntary migration, neighborhood segregation, systemic racism, poverty, etc.), often dispossessing people of their ability to meet their basic needs