Local Atlanta CSAs – explore your options! Hazon CSA, Emory University’s CSA, and more…

Atlanta has no shortage of local food and CSAs, it’s just a matter of knowing where to find them! I get asked from time to time about local Atlanta CSAs and so thought I would mention a few more here. As you might have read before, I subscribe to Moore Farm and Friends, and they are hardly alone on the Atlanta CSA scene.

  • Hazon Community Supported Agriculture with Congregation Shearith Israel. Sign up by the season and receive a half-share ($125) or full-share ($250) box every Wednesday from September 20th through the week before Thanksgiving. That’s 10 weeks of fresh veggies and fruit! And at $25 a week for a full box, you’ll meet or beat the price you’d pay at the grocery store – and you’d be supporting local Georgia farmers instead. You can’t lose! Deadline for registration is Wednesday, September 15th (and if you are a new member there is a $15.00 administrative fee). Sign up here!
  • Nature’s Garden Delivered. With a mix of local, organic, natural, and transitional foods, Nature’s Garden Delivered lets you choose from four box sizes for weekly delivery. Membership is free (and required) and you can set your personal preferences for your custom box.
  • Emory University’s CSA from Destiny Produce. Emory’s Organic Box Program provides boxes in three sizes. Orders are available for pick-up on Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. at The Depot on Asbury Circle.

For a complete list of local Atlanta CSAs as well as Georgia CSAs, check out Georgia Organics – just click “Local Food Guide” on their home page. And for more fresh, local Atlanta food options, check out my food page here.

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