Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

CSA pick-up

The following urban farms currently offer CSA programs – Community (or City) Supported Agriculture. Members sign-up at the beginning of the season – often by March or April – and pay up-front for a weekly subscription of produce. Many are about 20 weeks long and fill up quickly.

While most of our Baltimore’s urban CSAs are full for this season, you can still get in touch with them so you can be the first to hear about signing up for next season. We can accept EBT! Most farms either offer their own EBT discount or matched funds through our Double Dollars program–please contact the specific farm to learn more about how this works with their CSA.

Real Food Farm
Summer CSA: 24 weeks, from May to October
Winter CSA: 5 weeks, between Thanksgiving and Christmas (available to residents in the immediate Clifton Park area)
More Info: Real Food Farm Website – CSA
Contact: Charlotte at rffcommunity@civicworks.com

Whitelock Community Farm
Duration: 22 weeks from June-October
More Info: Whitelock Community Farm Website – CSA
Contact: farmer@whitelockfarm.org

Boone Street Farm
Duration: 23 weeks from May-October
Bike delivery available within Barclay/East Baltimore Midway on Wednesday from 4-6pm
More Info: Boone St.’s Website – CSA
Contact: boone.street.farm@gmail.com

Baltimore Free Farm
Located in Hampden
Contact: collective@baltimorefreefarm.org

Afya Community Teaching Garden
Park Heights Community Health Alliance Website – Growing Together CSA