What is a CSA?

A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) reconnects you with your food—providing an opportunity to build relationships with local farmers, and the land where the food was grown. They create a way for farmers to be supported and make a living, provide healthy nutritious food, steward the land, and support the community. By joining a CSA, you commit to building relationships, building the local economy, and supporting local farmers. In return, you receive fresh, seasonal food— and share in the inherent risks and the bountiful benefits of farming.


CSA Share

Our Hopi CSA Share provides an opportunity for members of the community to invest in strengthening our local/regional foodshed by committing to purchasing a bi-weekly share of locally grown fruit, produce, and dried goods. 


Supporting Farmers

We're committed to working with local farmers. Our CSA shares will consist of locally grown food from the following farms: Coochyumptewa Farm, Numkena Farm, Sekaquaptewa Gardens, Coffee Pot Farms, Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Farm, Audrey's Garden, Aguiar Farm, and Blooming Reed Farm.


Our CSA Offering

 Every other week, you will receive vegetables, herbs dried goods, and fruits that are chosen for each week depending on what is ready to harvest. Bi-weekly shares will vary according to the available harvest but may include: Peppers, Potatoes, Seasonal Herbs, Carrots, Cucumbers, Beets, Onions, Garlic, Seasonal Greens, Hopi Watermelon, Hopi Pumpkin/Squash, Tomatoes, Hopi Dried Goods, Preserves, and Seasonal Fruits. Shares will be picked up every other Friday, schedule will be shared upon purchase.

FALL 2020 CSA Share

We're now offering a 3-month bi-weekly share program that will run Sept. 11-Nov. 13, 2020. 


Full Share (Sept.-Nov.): $252.00

Discounted Share: $126.00

Solidarity Share: FREE

Discounted and Solidarity Shares are available on a financial needs basis and are provided compliments of the Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Institute. 

CSA Sign-up Form

To purchase/request a share please fill out the following: