Join a CSA
Michigan Farm to Family: CSA farms, markets, and organizations are found across the state. It’s easy to join and a great way to get healthy, fresh fruits and vegetables for your family while supporting your local farmers. When you sign up, you commit to weekly distributions called a CSA Share, which is a box filled with fresh fruits and veggies.
To get started, look for a participating CSA near you from the directory. To join, some will ask that you sign up online, via email, or by adding the CSA share to their online shopping cart.
Michigan Farm to Family: CSA is a modified community supported agriculture (CSA) model. This model makes it possible for families to purchase and consume more fresh fruits and vegetables and strengthen their local food systems using SNAP/EBT/Bridge Card as their form of payment. The program is made possible through a grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture and Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program. It is supported by Michigan Fitness Foundation’s SNAP-Ed team and partner nutrition educators, Michigan CSA farmers, non-profit community organizations, and grant match funding partners.