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Community Supported
Agriculture
in
Wrightstown,
Bucks County, PA
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Celebrating 15 years of CSA!
Registration Still Open For The 2018 Main Season
**We've met our minimum membership goal for the season but will prorate share cost for you if you're interested in joining us late.
26 weeks of Organic, Super-Fresh, Great-Tasting produce from mid-May through mid-November!
Full, Medium, and Half Shares are available and pick up day options include: Monday 1-8pm, Thursday 1-8pm, or Saturday 10am-12noon.
With farm work discount or without farm work options are available for each share size.
For additional details, check out our CSA & Share Information page.
Check out these 2017 share photos, e-mail us (anchorruncsa@gmail.com), or call us (215-598-7040)!
To register for a share, new members must start by creating an account, while renewing and current members need only log in. After you log in you'll be taken to your members page where you'll see the green 'Join' button on the left side.
Read on or contact us if you have any questions!
New to us?Create an Account
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Our News and Notes Feature
We've made it possible for you to access individual news stories in a convenient, blog-like form. Expected harvest, notes from the field, and more. Read and share!
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What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a system of farming that brings together farmers, community members, and agricultural land into a mutually beneficial relationship.
Members of a community purchase a "farmshare", or portion of the harvest, for a growing season. Included in a share is fresh, local, seasonal produce at its best.
The member commitment implies a willingness to share with the farmer both the bounty from the land and at least some of the risks of its production. The farmer receives fair and guaranteed compensation. In return, members receive a bountiful variety of freshly picked produce, sustainably and organically grown by farmers they personally know and trust.
See what's happening at our CSA
The image links below will take you to our three most recent "Notes From The Field" articles, which will give you a sense of working life on our farm. We hope you find them and the other information on this website useful and interesting!
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Big Harvest Time
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Amidst A Heat Wave
Amidst A Heat Wave

More About CSA at
Anchor Run Farm

Shares and Harvest
Harvest Expectations Produce we anticipate providing.

Share Photographs Main Season, Late Fall, and Winter 2017 shares.

Food Partners Available at our farm or nearby.
For Members
Members Page Share sign up, balance and share information, workshift history, and more.

Work Guidelines Workshift opportunities and policy.

Workshift Sign Up Instructions Follow these simple steps.
Recipes Alphabetized and searchable list, by produce.

Veggies 202 Information on the crops we grow.

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Our Community
CSA & Share Information Details on the benefits and responsibilities of membership in Anchor Run CSA.
Calendar Potlucks, workshifts, and more at-a-glance.
Calendar Potlucks, workshifts, and more at-a-glance.
Newsletters Anchor Run CSA sends an electronic newsletter to members every week during the growing season. Newsletters are a great way to keep up with what's happening on the farm!
News and Notes Content from our newsletter and other items of interest to members and non-members alike.

Employment Interested in working here?
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Our Farm
Farming Practices A brief description of how we're able to grow and distribute high quality organic produce for 42 weeks a year.

Plant, Nurture, Harvest Farming photos, photos of the farm!
Farmer Biographies Who works at Anchor Run CSA?
Farm History Cooperation among local citizens led to the preservation of precious farmland and the birth of Anchor Run CSA.
Directions to the farm