Community Supported Agriculture

TC3 Farm CSA

What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a shared connection between a farmer and the folks who eat the food the farmer grows. It is a mutual commitment between the farmer and the shareholders. The farmer grows the food and the shareholders reap the bounty, as well as sharing the risks.

What does it mean for you?

It means that you will have the opportunity to support the new organic farm here at TC3! You will have an opportunity to gain a greater connection to where your food is coming from by eating organically grown vegetables from the TC3 Farm.

The TC3 Farm CSA is open to anyone who wants their share of the harvest, not just those affiliated with TC3.

Learn more about the CSA experience by checking out some of our previous

TC3 FARM CSA BLOG POSTS

4 thoughts on “Community Supported Agriculture

    • Hi there Sue,

      My apologies for just seeing this. Unfortunately, the only pickup location that we have right now is at the TC3 Farm in Dryden.

    • Hi there Wendy,

      I’m so sorry for just seeing this. There are supposed to be notifications when we get a comment but that doesn’t seem to be working. Unfortunately, we don’t offer winter shares at the moment but we do sell at the Finger Lakes Farmers Market on Sundays from 11-2 at Coltivare in downtown Ithaca.

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