CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. The idea behind CSA is that the community that eats the produce of the farm helps with the upfront cost of each season's crop by signing up for a "share" of the farm's harvests. This shared capitalization between the farmer and the community is important to assist the farmer early in the year when there's a lot of money flowing out for seed, soil amendments and other costs related to bringing their crops to harvest later as the season progresses. The community then gets repaid each week during the CSA season with a share of the farm's production.
What is a CSA?
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