Community Supported Agriculture


Table of Contents

Why CSA?
Before Starting a CSA
Structuring the Share
Marketing a CSA
Making a Member Agreement
Communicate with Members
Variations to the Traditional CSA Model
The Future of CSA
Further Resources

The 2006 version of ATTRA’s Community Supported Agriculture, by Katherine Adam, focused on sharing pertinent research data with farmers. This updated version focuses on why community supported agriculture can help farm businesses and how a farm can integrate community supported agriculture into its business model.

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