Myerov Family Farm is now accepting 2017 CSA Member Application

Download the form here.

What is Community Supported Agriculture?

Pick up a week's worth of fresh local vegetables. Grab your box at the farm and within minutes you're home. Little effort spent to access healthy flavorful fresh produce.

Joining a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture Farm) is one of the most convenient and reasonably priced ways to eat locally. Not only do you enjoy just-harvested flavor, you get a direct connection to a specific farm, know your producer personally and can see how the food is grown.

CSA is a direct farm to consumer system eliminating the middleman. Most of your food dollar is spent to grow the crops instead of being divided between distribution, marketing and transportation. This reduces the carbon footprint of the food we eat. Produce does not travel thousands of miles needlessly burning fossil fuels and increasing pollution. There is no elaborate and unnecessary packaging. Joining a CSA supports the local economy and encourages the preservation of farmland and open space.

Members receive what's ripe and seasonal. A spectacular array of both common and rare fruits and vegetables. Heirloom tomatoes, Italian Roma tomatoes, fresh butter beans, cone head cabbage, rainbow carrots and Toscano black kale are just a few examples. Small farms have the advantage of growing the fruits and vegetables for exceptional qualities of aroma, flavor, color and texture. Varieties of produce grown for supermarkets are selected for their bouncibility, shipping well, and an extended shelf life.

Becoming a CSA member also means accepting some of the risk of farming and a willingness to lend a hand. Extra help is welcome during planting, weeding and harvesting, or members can be involved by planning and promoting a festival day or potluck at the farm. Many parents are interested in having their children visit the farm to see where their food comes from and enjoy the outdoors.

Science supports that eating whole foods has the greatest health benefits. Take this opportunity to make positive lifestyle changes, develop better eating habits and enjoy hands-on experience on a farm.

Myerov Farm 2017 CSA Information

Pricing and Payment Options

Whole Share (weekly/24 weeks)

  • $720 (no volunteer commitment)
  • $600 plus 16 volunteer hours

Half Share (weekly/24 weeks)

  • $420 (no volunteer commitment)
  • $360 plus 8 volunteer hours
  • Full Payment due by May 1, 2017

    Ways to Fulfill the Work Commitment

    Help at the Farm
    Host a CSA Pick Up location in your neighborhood
    Produce a Farm Event, Pot Luck Dinner, Farm to Table Gala
    Host the CSA Blog
    Help with Marketing and Outreach

    Pick Up Schedule and Locations

    The CSA season will run 24 weeks starting May 17 and ending October 26.

    At the Farm
    Thursday 2 - 7 pm

    Glenside, PA
    Wednesday 4:30 - 6:00 pm
    Wisteria and Fern St.

    Wednesday 4:30 - 6:30pm
    Keystone Home Brew, 435 Doylestown Road (Formerly Rte. 202), Montgomeryville, PA 18936

    Visit Our Blog

    Our CSA in the news:
    Bucks County Herald - In the Key of Green