Community Supported Agriculture is the heart and soul of Three Rivers Community Farm.
Joining our CSA is a way for you to commit to including more produce in your diet while at the same time investing in the success of our family farm. We grow all our produce with intention and care for our soils, our employees and our members. It is a joint effort to eat well, know the face and the story of the food we eat, and share in a relationship with the land and the farmers. CSA members pledge financial support through their membership and in turn receive a great value in organically-grown produce and access to our wonderful farm to visit, do U-pick, and participate in farm events.
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Members who don’t live close to the farm can sign up for a delivery of our produce during the growing season from mid-May through October!
We have several membership options; weekly, every-other-week and a flex membership (your choice of 10 boxes during the growing season), with pick up sites at the Schlafly and Tower Grove Farmers Market, in UCity and Maplewood, St. Charles, Millstadt and Edwardsville, IL. Delivery members can also add on eggs, apples and canning shares of tomatoes, pickling cucumbers, greens, etc. Our produce is harvested just a day or two before and arrives, clean, minimally packaged and in a convenient box. A weekly email newsletter with box contents, recipes, storage tips, farm photos and goings-on at the farm is included. Delivery members are encouraged to visit the farm at least once during the season for U-Pick opportunities, events and volunteer days.
For folks who live in Elsah, Grafton, Jerseyville, Godfrey, or Alton our farmstand CSA is a market-style CSA membership, where members begin with a debit account at the farm stand and then come to the stand any day its open and purchase only the produce that you and your family use.
The benefits include greater flexibility, convenience, 10% off all produce and free U-Pick. Farm stand members really enjoy visiting the chickens, picking flowers, herbs and cherry tomatoes, interacting with the farmers and having a safe, open space for their children to play and experience farm life. In addition to Three Rivers grown produce, herbs, and flowers, there is local fruit, meat, eggs, honey, and more available for purchase. A weekly email newsletter with produce availability, recipes, storage tips, farm photos and goings-on at the farm is included.