Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

BE WISE RANCH (produce)
(organic)
how to join:
-Be Wise Ranch website


CALIFORNIA FARMS (produce)

(organic, transitional-organic)
how to join:
-California Farms website


GARDEN OF EDEN ORGANICS (produce)
(organic, chemical and pesticide-free)
how to join:
-Garden of Eden Organics website


J.R. ORGANICS (produce, flowers)
(organic)
how to join:
-J.R. Organics website


LITTLE CREEK ACRES FARM (produce)
(sustainable agriculture)
how to join:
-Little Creek Acres website


RAINBOW RANCH FARMS (poultry)
(organic, free-range, pastured)
how to join:
-Rainbow Ranch Farms website


SEABREEZE ORGANIC FARM (produce)
(organic)
how to join:
-Seabreeze Organic Farm website

SUZIE'S FARM (produce)
(organic)
how to join:
-Suzie's Farm website

TIERRA MIGUEL FOUNDATION (produce)
(organic)
how to join:
-Tierra Miguel Foundation website


Is there a San Diego-area CSA missing from the list that you think should be included? Please comment below!

5 comments:

Nicole said...

Thanks for the list!

Your Enchanted Gardener said...

We have enough mouths to feed to support
all CSA's and Farmers" Markets where local,
organic food is in abundance.

Numbers of local, organic farmers are taking home
too much food at the end of the markets.

I shop Hillcrest 9 AM-1 PM at the DMV Hillcrest.
If you want a FM tour to meet the local organic
farmers at Hillcrest, email Your Enchanted Gardener
at Plantyourdream@cox.net.

JR Organic request 50 more members now.

Inland CSA can be added to your list.

You can keep up with Farm Issues on the
Plant Your Dream Blog
http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1176050

Oerdin said...

Nice list.

andrew said...

Try Suzie's in Imperial Valley...its super local and super good.

Melanie Lytle said...

Thanks, Andrew! I've just added Suzie's to the list. I saw them at the new Adam's Ave. farmers market the last two weeks and took home some of their delicious produce.