By Daimon Eklund | May 19, 2015

If you want to enjoy fresh, campus-grown produce all summer long, sign up for a UW Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share!

CSA works like a cooperative, where customers buy a share of the season’s produce and receive a weekly selection. The UW Farm introduced a CSA last summer, and this year the program is expanding. However, space is still limited, so don't wait to sign up. All produce is grown by the UW Farm, which allows students a chance to learn about urban agriculture and sustainable gardening practices.

The program runs for 22 weeks, beginning June 3 and running through October 28th. Each week, members will pick up a box filled with seasonal UW Farm produce. Boxes are sized to feed a family of four and are $30/week for faculty and staff, or $23/week for students. If you are interested in splitting a share, contact Sarah Geurkink with the UW Farm to see if you can be matched up with other members interested in sharing.

For more details, see the UW Farm CSA sign-up form.