Holiday/New Year’s Special! - Sign up by Jan 7 2019, and receive 2 free tickets to select classes at H St. Farm with each season you sign up for! Sign up for all three seasons, and you will also receive a free week and an additional garden gift!
Be a part of the local farming movement by signing up for our weekly CSA shares. You get a bag full of locally grown fruits, veggies and herbs every week! Our 2019 CSA runs for a total of 30 weeks, broken down into 3, 10-week seasons (Spring: Apr 15-June 17, Summer: June 24-Aug 26 and Fall: Sept 2-Nov 4.) Prices start at $25/wk.
What do I get with my CSA?
Up to 8-10 locally grown fruits veggies and herbs
One Finished Food Product
Reusable Tote Bag
Weekly pickup at several local locations
How do I get my CSA?
Pickups are available Tuesday-Thursday, depending on where you want to pick up. We do drop-offs at several locations around DC.
Wednesday afternoon pick ups:
H St. Farms: 910 Bladensburg Road NE Best Option- We can also hold your bag for pickup later in the week if you cannot make it, with prior notice
Old City Oven and Market: 522 K St NE
Calabash Tea & Tonic: 1847 7th St NW
Thursday afternoon pick-up:
Miner Elementary School: 601 15th St NE
We also offer delivery in zip-codes 20001, 20002 and other select areas in DC for +$5 additional/week. *Please inquire if interested
You will not be charged when you sign up. We'll send you an invoice after contacting you and confirming what you want- you can pay online, or with check/cash in person.
If you or family members have any dietary restrictions, please let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate your specific needs.
Your CSA supports communities in NE, DC
Cultivate the City works with several local nonprofits, organizations and school gardens to provide you with fresh produce weekly. We have strong partnerships with Miner Elementary, Idea PCS and Gallaudet University, and your CSA share helps build nutrition programming and support for garden activities with young adults and youth through out the DMV area.
In addition, any extra produce that is not picked up or sold, is donated to local food pantries weekly, reducing food waste and providing for community members who otherwise may not have access to healthy foods.
Thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to growing healthy, unique and delicious produce for you and your family!
CSA Work Share
Work Share Volunteers who participate regularly for 3 hours a week can also get a CSA share for a heavily reduced cost. Learn more about Volunteering with us, and help build healthy food opportunities all around DC! You can also email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a CSA?
Community-supported agriculture, commonly referred to as a CSA model, is a system that connects the producer and consumers within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms.
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