Community Supported Agriculture

“CSA” stands for Community Supported Agriculture, where a household “subscribes” to a local farm for the growing season and picks up a weekly box of fresh, organic produce at a designated location.

Here’s what past Oxbow customers have said about their CSA experience:

“WE LOVE THE VEGGIES! Our six-year-old is eating two and three helpings at a time of the ‘insanely delicious greens,’ which makes her parents’ hearts sing. We’re having luscious salads almost every night and are SO appreciative of all your efforts. Thank you from the bottom of our healthier-because-of-your-veggies hearts!”

“Your boxes were generous and everything tasted so fresh.”

“Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the delicious REAL food.”

“Produce was excellent quality and beautifully presented. We loved it!”

If you would like to reconnect with your food source, eat the tastiest, most nutritious produce possible, help the environment, and support local organic farming, join Oxbow CSA—we’ll feed you REAL FOOD!

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