SPRING 2017 CSA Memberships SOLD OUT
Sadly, our Spring 2017 Farm to Table CSA Memberships are sold out.
We will open 50 new memberships in June 2017 for the Summer and Fall – Winter growing seasons.
If you’d like to be sure you can become a member we strongly encourage you to complete the registration form below and join our wait list.
Looking forward to growing for you and your family soon.
With immense gratitude,
About the Farm to Table CSA
About Farm to Table CSA
Every week receive an approx. 10-lb box of fresh locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables.
SPRING (February – June)
In the spring expect chard, arugula, beets, lettuces, cilantro, parsley, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, apples, pears and honey.
SUMMER (June – October)
In the summer there will be tomatoes, squash, green beans, peppers, garlic, peaches, apricots, plums and onions.
FALL and WINTER (October – February)
In the fall and winter, collard greens, beets, kales, carrots, potatoes, onions, oranges, apples and winter squash.
Each week the box will be different depending on availability. We grow and seek out the highest quality, best tasting and most affordable sustainably grown and often certified organic produce we can find.
Each week the box will be different depending on availability. We will seek to deliver the highest quality, best tasting and most affordable produce we can find.
Our produce is grown by urban, local, small and family farmers who love the land and the food they grow. Many of our our farmers are certified organic. Those who are too small for formal certification to make sense financially are committed to growing without the use of ANY chemical fertilizers or pesticides and strive to practice a host of sustainable agriculture techniques that care for the land, water and the people who grow and eat the food that they grow.
Want to learn more about Community Supported Agriculture click here
We are currently offering 3 memberships:
- $25 week – Pay it Forward Membership*
- $20 week – Everybody Eats Membership
- $10 week- Food for All $10 per box (LIMITED SHARES AVAILABLE) For very low income families qualifying for reduced school lunches, WIC or Food Stamps
How Pay It Forward Membership Works:
If you can join at the Pay-it-Forward membership level of $25, $5 of your membership fee will be a tax deductible donation making it possible for a lower income family to join the CSA and provide the fresh healthy food necessary for their family to thrive.
If you are a low income family there will be a limited number of low income subsidized Access and Food for ALL memberships available for $10 per week. Everyone deserves access to fresh healthy food!
Current Pick-up Locations:
- AdamsCrest Farm, 5000 Patterson Circle, Richmond, CA 94805
- Urban Tilth Office, 31 Maine Ave Richmond, CA 94804
- To start a new pick up location you would need 10 members to commit to pick-ups at this new location
We also offer 2 pick-up frequencies:
- Weekly pick ups
- Every other week / Bi-weekly pick-ups
- We also delivery within West Contra Costa County for a small delivery fee of $2.50 per week
To Become a Farm to Table Member!
Please complete this online form: SIGN-UP FORM
* Please note memberships are limited if a membership is sold out, please opt to join our wait list and as soon as a space becomes available we will contact you.
Looking forward to serving you soon!
All proceeds for our CSA support the ongoing youth and community programs at the school and community gardens and small urban farms of Urban Tilth. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us at CSA@urbantilth.org.
Urban Tilth’s Farm to Table CSA was made possible by the Richmond Community Foundation and the Battery Powered Foundation.
The initial pilot project, running from April 2009 – December 2012 was a collaboration between the Richmond Community Foundation, County Supervisor John Gioia’s office, Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust and EcoVillage Farm Learning Center. Many thanks to all of the work that went into to establishing this pathway to deliver healthy local food to our community. We hope that our stewardship of this project going forward honors the vision and effort of those who came before us.