Community Supported Agriculture

You can buy local, seasonal food directly from Georgia farmers by purchasing a share, or membership, in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).

How it works

When you purchase a CSA share, you receive a box of produce on a regular schedule, usually once per week. Some CSA boxes are delivered directly to your home, whereas others must be picked up from a designated location during a set timeframe.

Most CSAs only offer produce (fruits and vegetables), but depending on the farm, you may also have the option of purchasing eggs, meat, dairy or baked goods.

CSAs with Emory campus pick-ups:

CSAs around Georgia:

For more information on finding a CSA near you, you can check out the Georgia Organics Guide to CSAs around Georgia.