COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) helps connect people directly to the farmers growing their food.  Members purchase a farm share in the spring and pick-up produce weekly throughout the growing season.

GENERAL INFORMATION

For an average of about $25 a pick-up, you get an ample supply of staple vegetables paired with a diverse mix of unique seasonal produce.

CSA season runs 22 weeks, from the first week in June thru the last week in October.  Onsite pick up is Thursdays from 4-7pm @ 70 W. Delavan

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PICK YOUR PRICE

We offer a pay-as-you-can sliding scale payment for our CSA farm shares. Click here to find out more about what a sliding scale payment plan is, why we’re offering it, and how it works!

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*If none of these levels are affordable to you or if you are interested in paying with EBT/SNAP Benefits please contact us to find out more about the availability of subsidies that can further reduce the cost, as well as alternative ways of giving to cover the cost of your share.

PICK YOUR PICK-UP SCHEDULE

You can choose to pick-up your farm share each week, or for those looking for a smaller quantity of produce, you can pick-up biweekly.  Click here to see an example list of what has been in the farm share each week.

PICK YOUR PAYMENT PLAN

We ask for a $100 deposit when you sign up.  We ask for the remainder of your cost to be paid by May 1st.  Also available to a limited number of members, we have a monthly payment plan ($100 deposit at sign-up, then five equal monthly payments June – October).

PICK YOUR PAYMENT METHOD

Any of your payments can be made online (you will be sent the link once you sign-up).  We accept credit cards, cash and check for monthly payments at CSA farm share pick-up.  Checks can be made out to “5 Loaves Farm” and sent to: 140 Dewitt St., Buffalo, NY 14213

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Donate to partner with a family in our neighborhood in order to provide them with healthy food.  Our CSA sponsorship program allows for low-income families to pay what they can for a CSA share, while your donation helps make up the difference.