Community Supported Agriculture – Farm Co-Op

A subscription to fresh food every week

CSA Registrations are now open!

Click here to order yours now!

This year there will be 3-10 week sessions

Our farm offers three different CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs each year:

Milk CSA
Vegetable CSA

  • Annual CSA
  • Spring CSA
  • Summer CSA
  • Fall CSA
  • Back to back

    Spring, Spring, April 15th through June 19th
    Summer, June 24th through August 28th
    Fall, September 2nd through November 6th
    This year we are able to take a credit card payment online.

If you would like the entire amount to go to the farm you can still pay by Check or
Cash so there are no processing fees.

You can choose the number of shares you want when you register for a 10-week session. *Min. of 4 shares required!

You can also choose to purchase the entire, year-long CSA session for 30 weeks and receive $25 off your total!

Click here to register for a Full Year CSA Membership

General Information

The term CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA members commit to buying a certain amount of produce from the farm during a session. This enables us as farmers to better plan our production because we know we have a sure market for what we are growing. Each week’s produce may be different … like a surprise package of fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables!

We are committed to growing your vegetables in a sustainable manner using organic methods and environmentally sound farming practices. We are dedicated to growing our crops so that they are nutrient dense, meaning that they are the freshest, healthiest food you can get. If you ever have any questions about the farm or our growing methods we invite your questions and can arrange visits to the farm.

We occasionally buy fruits and vegetables from other farms in order to give our CSA members an enhanced selection. These farms practice the same organic methods that we do. The only exception to that last year was the apples we bought from Beech Creek Farm in Tallapoosa, Georgia. The apples were not organic, but the farm follows a low spray program. Everyone enjoyed their apples last season.

You pick up your CSA produce once a week at our farm. You would choose a day to pick-up your CSA. CSA pick-up days are Wednesday or Thursday between 1:00 and 7:00.

At the farm, we have 8 to 10 different fruits and vegetables displayed farmers market style. When you arrive each week, you select 7 items, plus an herb. We call each item a share, so you’ll have 7 shares (plus an herb). Each share is the amount that you would commonly see prepackaged at the grocery store. A bag or a bundle or 1 or 2 pounds depending on what it is.

In each 10-week session, you may skip one week and make it up later. You must tell us if you need to use your skip at least 3 days ahead. Some people give their week to friends or family if they are not able to come. You can also change the day of the week you pick up if needed.

We also offer a smaller CSA where members select 4 shares plus a herb per week at a reduced cost.

The cost of the Vegetable CSA is $42.50 per share and includes an herb, per 10-week session.

For CSA questions, please contact Mike or Judy Cunningham at mikec@countrygardensfarm.com or call 770-251-2673 or 404-944-7851.

List of Vegetables We Produce Each Season

This list reflects the vegetables we usually grow each season, though items may vary. The produce items are listed by their general harvest time. Note: Not every item will be available each week.

Spring Session (April – June)Summer Session (July – Sept)Fall Session (Sept. – Dec)
Sugar snap peasSquash (yellow & zucchini)Baby greens mix
CabbageGreen BeansField Peas
Squash (Yellow & zucchini)TomatoesSpinach
BroccoliPeppers SweetEggplant
BokchoyPeppers HotSweet Potatoes
LettuceEggplantPeppers Sweet
KalePotatoesPeppers Hot
Swiss ChardCucumbersButternut Squash
KohlrabiOkraWinter Squash
CarrotsField Peas
Malabar Spinach
BeetsLettuceSalad turnips
RadishesMalabar SpinachRadishes
Tomatoes (June)ApplesMild mustard greens
ArugulaFigsCanned pepper sauce
Turnips and Turnip greensBlueberriesBokchoy
CucumbersApples from Beech Creek Farm
Baby greens MixBeets
Turnip Greens
Swiss Chard