Farms that offer CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs, allow individuals to pledge support, usually in the form of a monthly, seasonal or annual subscription fee, to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes in part the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. CSA’s focus is usually on a system of weekly delivery or pick-up of vegetables and fruit, sometimes dairy products and meat. Program fees and structure differ from farm to farm.
Bikkurim Farm—Miguel and Sylvia Alvarez have been growing organic vegetables for over 15 years on their farm in Texas. Available at the SFC Farmers’ Market . 512-273-2065
Bountiful Sprout—a member owned and operated food buying community committed to making quality organic food available closer to home. We use our group-buying power to purchase bulk goods, local produce and other items at a fair price while placing an emphasis on sustainability and organic practices.
Finca Pura Vida —A Texas Certified Organic Farm specializing in heirlooms. Our Heirloom vegetables and heritage eggs, poultry, pork, milk and beef are of the highest quality in taste, freshness and nutritional value. Contact Gayla Lyons and Edgar Chavez at 979-249-3866
Green Gate Farms—Our small family farm raises heirloom varieties of vegetables and animals. We sell our produce to our CSA members, at our farm stand and at farmers’ markets. Contact Erin Flynn at 512-949-9831 or 512-949-9830.
Hairston Creek Farm—We are a small sustainable family farm specializing in organic vegetables, herbs & fruits. We grow a large variety of mixed vegetables from Asparagus to Zucchini as well as strawberries & blackberries. Contact Gary and Sarah Rowland at 512-756-8380
Home Sweet Farm —We grow over 100 varieties of vegetables and herbs for our committed CSA farm members. We are Certified Naturally Grown, and use ONLY natural techniques (NO synthetic chemical fertilizers pesticides or herbicides). We care about our environment and the quality of our food, because our family lives here, and we eat everything we grow. Contact Brad and Jenny Stufflebeam at 979-251-9922
Millberg Farm —Certified Organic since 1989, utilizing dryland farming practices, raising only heirloom crops with over 140 fruit trees. Specializing in alternative farming techniques, tools, green onions. Contact Tim Miller 512-268-1433
Natural Springs Garden—We grow over 80 varieties of vegetables, fruits and herbs throughout the year. Because our produce is picked fresh daily and doesn’t need to stand up to the rigors of storage or shipping, we are able to grow less common varieties along with your favorites. Farm stand open Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m., 15202 Kinsey Court (Lakeway, Lake Travis area).
Springdale Farm—a small urban farm located on 4.83 acres just 3 miles from the Capitol of Texas in downtown Austin. Farm Stand open Saturday’s 9-1:00 p.m.
We are committed to growing sustainable, safe produce for anyone interested in eating fresh and eating local. 755 Springdale Road, 512.386.8899
Urban Roots—a youth development program on a 3 1/2 acre farm in East Austin. We use sustainable agriculture as a means to transform the lives of young people and increase the access of healthy food in Austin. Our 17-week CSA provides a weekly share of fresh, sustainably grown vegetables from March – July. Members pick up weekly shares from one of three pickup locations: The Austin Farmers’ Market Downtown on Saturday mornings, The Urban Roots Farm on Saturday afternoons, and The Austin Farmers’ Market at The Triangle. The Urban Roots Farm is located at 7156 Delwau Lane. Contact Max Elliott 512.342.0424 or sign up here urbanrootscsa.kintera.org.
Walnut Creek Organic Farms—Fresh organic produce from our farm to your table. Six to ten different veggie varieties in a box, each week. Our season begins in April. Contact us at 512-303-3400 or visit our website.