Community Support Agriculture (CSA)
What is CSA ?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative socioeconomic model of agriculture & food distribution, to connect and support your local small scale farmers.
CSA allows the producer and consumer to share the risks of farming. Feel a sense of community by adopting your very one farmer community.
Committed to building trust, transparency, ethical & connection back to Earth.
To reconnect people with the land where their food is grown;
To feed people with organic and sourced directly from small scale farmers.
To give people the opportunity to grow their own food
Benefits of CSA:
CSA scheme community farms help enable communities to take control of their food supply by providing their members with a variety of organic local produce.
Increase quality of life both for farmers and consumers, with increased change in habits of cooking , eating, by imbibing healthy , local, seasonal and slow food in daily lifestyle.
Movement to re own, re-green and re-birth Earth, by sharing love through food and farming.
Generates sustained employment and doubles income for each farmer community we work with.
Reduces gap in between farming community and urban consumer, thus co-creating , co-living and co-sharing, thus reviving ancient traditional systems of harmony, peace and love.