We offer two CSA options, both in partnership with Valley Spirit Farm: a Full Diet CSA and a Veggie + Egg CSA. Each CSA offers the convenience of home delivery in the greater Louisville area, including Oldham and Henry Counties.

We believe that our community should have access to a transparent food system that they can trust, understand and rely upon. Memberships are limited so we can be intentional about sharing food and building relationships by sending updates, recipe ideas, and hosting potluck dinners at the farm.

At its core, becoming a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) member not only helps ensures the long-term viability of small family farms, but is also an investment in local environmental stewardship. It’s a sustainable model that provides the healthiest, freshest food to a community who is willing to share in the inherent rewards and unpredictability of farming.    

The Full Diet CSA is year round and includes veggies, meats (beef, pork, poultry), dairy, eggs, fruits, grains, and other pantry items like lacto-fermented veggies, honey, sorghum, bone broth, and cooking fats. This CSA option is fully customized by you each week through the online order form–you choose exactly what you want; it arrives at your door a few days later. This is great option for small or large households who wish to get most of their foods from local, sustainable sources.  

The Veggie + Egg CSA is more like a “traditional” CSA in that we will compose a mix of veggies from our two farms, picked at peak freshness and nutrition, along with one dozen of our pastured eggs. You can expect 8-12 items each week, and like the Full Diet CSA, is delivered to your door. This is a great option for a family or household who want fresh, seasonal veggies, regularly cooks at home, and is open to trying the sometimes unfamiliar veggie, like fennel, beets, eggplant, okra, or arugula (of course, these are some of our favorite veggies!). Typically, we’re also able to offer some items in bulk, like tomatoes for canning, or extra basil for pesto making