Buy fresh produce through a local CSA

July 6, 2016  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Summer is the perfect time to create healthy, fresh eating habits! The university is working with local farms to offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs on or near campus. Get fresh, straight-from-the-farm produce by purchasing a “share” in a local farm, then pick up your fresh produce each week. A “share” typically consists of a box or basket of farm-fresh seasonal vegetables.

Participating farms:

Prochaska Farm 

Pick up dates: Every Thursday, July 7–Sept. 29, 3–6 p.m.

Pick up location: Green Rd. parking lot, outside the Printing Services Building

Full and half shares available.

Tantre Farm

Pick up dates: Every Wednesday, through mid-October, 6–8 p.m.

Pick up location: Washtenaw Food Hub

Certified organic farmer.

Zilke Vegetable Farm

Pick up dates: Flexible

Pick up location: Zilke Vegetable Farm stand, 12491 Carpenter Road, Milan

Offers a customizable CSA program.

The CSA program supports the university’s commitment to offering sustainable, locally-sourced foods.

Learn more about participating in a CSA program as well as upcoming M Farmers Markets.