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Typical items in a spring CSA share

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At 180° Farm, we are committed to providing you with organically grown vegetables, fruits, meats and eggs.  We farm in a sustainable and natural way so you can feel confident that you are feeding your family incredibly nutritious food that is pesticide, herbicide, and GMO free.  As opposed to grocery store chains, which ship in and sell fruits and vegetables from over 1500 miles away (including organic), we grow all of our food on our farm and only sell locally.  This insures you the freshest, most nutrient rich, and best tasting produce possible.  We believe in transparency and that you should feel good about where your food comes from, how it’s grown, and who grows it.    


​What is a CSA Program?    ​CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, which means you the community, support local agriculture by investing in (or pre paying for) a seasonal food subscription.  Participating in a CSA also means you only eat what is in season.  The share that we offer contains 8 items* per week for 26 weeks (mid April through October), which could consist of vegetables, fruits, and herbs. ​*Example of an “item”: 1 lb. of swiss chard -or- 2 lbs. of potatoes -or- 3 lbs. of tomatoes.        

​Pick up day: ​CSA’s are to be picked up at 180° Farm (237 Emory Phillips Road, Sharpsburg, GA 30277) on Saturday from 10-noon.  Due to the length of our waiting list, we are not taking any more waiting list requests at this time.   . 


Didn't get in our CSA this year, no worries, we sell vegetables at the farm on Saturday's from 9:30am-1pm (while supplies last).