Get fresh, organic vegetables weekly and help support a local farm: Join our JHU Homewood CSA!
The second annual CSA @Homewood kicks off this June! Continue reading to learn more and signup to become a member today.
What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It’s like a produce subscription service. Members sign up for a share and then get weekly deliveries of fresh, delicious produce at a designated pickup site. This CSA includes about 8 items/week of seasonal, local produce which is chosen by the farm. One share will typically feed a 3-4 person household every week. Click here for FAQ.
Our CSA partners with One Straw Farm, the largest organic farm in Maryland. Drew and Joan Norman have lovingly tended One Straw Farm since 1983. They aim to provide their CSA members with the highest quality Food Alliance Certified produce. One Straw is located in White Hall, MD about 40 miles North of Baltimore City.
By joining this CSA you will be: supporting local farmers and the local economy, protecting the environment, improving your health, and expanding your diet. With a pickup site at the Homewood campus, this CSA is an affordable, convenient way for Hopkins affiliates to buy directly from a farm. Buying through a CSA ensures freshness and diversity as produce is harvested at its seasonal peak.
Where: Weekly Pickups will be at Charles St. Market
When: Mondays 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Duration: June 8th to November 16th
(See the signup link below for the current price)
A typical share: 1 bunch of red chard, 6 corn, 1 bag of tomatillo, 1 red cabbage, 6 Japanese eggplant, 5 pimiento, 6 cucumber, Chrysanthemum greens, 1 romaine lettuce. All for only $27!!!
Check out this video to see a CSA in action at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
- Select “Full Share 2015” for membership type
- Select “JHU Homewood” for Pickup Location
- Complete the rest of the forms
- Enjoy your first delivery of fresh produce the following Monday!
Still have questions? Email email@example.com