Pick up your CSA at the Edlavitch DCJCC



Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is a produce subscription program where people can purchase a weekly share of a farm's harvest. This allows them to participate in the season’s harvest and receive vegetables that are locally in-season as the summer progresses.

CSA members register and pay for their share(s) at the beginning of the season and receive weekly portions, which can come in a small, medium, or large box, for the duration of the season. The produce they receive every week depends on mother nature and what has ripened that week.

All produce is locally grown and organic.


ABOUT THE 2017 SUMMER SEASON

The EDCJCC is partnering with the Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-op to bring you a variety of delicious options for this year's season.

The 2017 Summer CSA runs for a total of 26 weeks, from the week of May 1st through the week of October 23rd.

The CSA has already started but members can sign-up throughout the season with a cost adjustment.

Your CSA will be available for pick-up in the Edlavitch DCJCC lobby from 2-9 PM on Thursdays.




SIGN UP

1. Visit here

2. Choose which CSA options you would like - from the standard vegetable share to any additional items you are interested in and add them to your cart

3. Once you are done selecting all of your options, click on the "Proceed to Checkout" button 

4. On the next page, type "Dupont Circle" under "Search for Pickup Locations", and select " DC: Dupont Circle" as your pick-up location

4. Proceed to payment and check-out

Please note, the meat options are not available for pick up at the EDCJCC due to Jewish dietary law compliance.

Click here for more about why a CSA

Click here for an FAQ on joining a CSA




ABOUT LANCASTER FARM FRESH CO-OP
www.lancasterfarmfresh.com

The Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative (LFFC) is a non-profit organic cooperative of small-scale, Certified Organic farms in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. With now over 100 farmers, LFFC began as a handful of families who’d realized they were traveling to and competing in the same marketplaces. Rather than continue to compete, the farmers decided to work together as a cooperative, share their resources to better serve their goals, and sustain their livelihood.

As always, LFFC farmers continue to focus on creating nutrient dense, hyper local, healthy, and unsurpassed quality produce.

Aside from the organic certification agencies, LFFC, as a cooperative, has very strict standards regarding land management and animal welfare. Their farmers regularly build up their soil, test plants, rotate crops, and practice pasture maintenance to sustain a healthy environment for our products.


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Darya Watnick

Jewish Engagement Manager 
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