What is Community Supported Agriculture

(CSA)

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution.
As a member, you pay for shares at the onset of the growing season. Once harvesting begins, you receive shares of produce weekly.
 
In addition to produce, we may include other farm products like honey, eggs, dairy, fruit, flowers and meat.

Why Should I Participate?

Purchasing shares not only gives you access to fresh, local produce but you will know where your food is coming from.
Additionally, investing in the local economy and supporting local farmers helps our communities serve as a place where individuals, families and businesses can thrive.
We Now Have CSA"s Meat Boxes.
Republic Food Enterprise Center
40 Legion Street
Republic, PA 15475
724.246.1536

Joseph M. Ambrose Jr. 

General Manager

jambrose@fccaa.org

724.317.6584 cell

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