Listings in CSAs
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Programs are a subscription to a producer for produce, dairy, meat, eggs, and other farm products. You pay a pre-determined fee on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis, and receive the best pick off the farm. You get the freshest, most nutrient-dense food with each produce box.
We grow pesticide-free vegetables on close to 3 acres in Waddell, Arizona. We grow everything you can think of like spinach, lettuce, swiss chard, kales, Asian greens, root veggies, you name it - all year round.
Known as Phoenix's hidden gem, The Farm at South Mountain offers organic gardens, three restaurants, an art studio, various shops & retreats.
6106 S. 32nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85042
Growing the best for years to come! Lucky Nickel Ranch is a premier source for anyone seeking to buy more organic foods, purchasable online as well as at our Farmers Market.
7361 S. Linda Lou Rd.
Eloy, Arizona 85131
La Buena Vida Farm is a small family farm in the far corner of southeastern Arizona. They are a bio-diverse homestead practicing authentic, sustainable and organic growing methods.
8883. E Turquoise Rd Portal
Portal, Arizona 85632
Horny Toad Farm is a woman owned, family farm right here in Phoenix! Farmer Stella grows her produce using all natural growing methods and her farm is pesticide-free. Farmer Stella believes in bringing nutritious healthy food to people _ which
2134 South 16th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Welcome to The Arizona Worm Farm! We are a functioning farm with chickens, vegetables, and lots and lots of worms. We have mulch and worms available and our own compost that is perfect for Arizona gardens.
8430 S. 19th Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
The Flagstaff CSA & Local Market connects community members to local farmers in order to nurture, sustain and grow our local food system. We provide a marketplace that carries only locally grown or processed products.
116 W Cottage Ave
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Founded in 2009 by two sisters, Rebecca and Sarah Kidwell, Farmyard stands for the principles of self-reliant food production. Our philosophy is simple. Grow locally. Produce organically. Eat well.