What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relatively new concept. While one can find several definitions for CSAs, the approach offers farmers a system of directly supplying consumers with fresh, wholesome, nutritious products.
Common to most CSAs, customers become members by buying "shares" for a right to the harvest of a specific growing season. Once harvesting begins, members pick up a weekly box or bag of fresh produce. Members share in the risk of crops being lost to nature but they share in the bounty as well.
How It Works
Camp Creek Acres Produce offers one annual season: Spring/Summer (late May to early October). Each seasonal share consists of approximately 20 weekly boxes/bags of locally grown produce based on this tentative harvest schedule.
Camp Creek Acres CSA Share Options
Half Share - $250 (Ideal for one or two people)
Full Share - $425 (Ideal for a family of more than three)
Where To Get Your Produce
You will be able to pick up your produce at the beginning of each week at
Great Harvest Bread Company in West Omaha, and we will provide resuable containers for your convenience. As our membership grows, we plan to add aditional distribution locations.
Sign up by April 1, 2013 and you'll receive an "Early Bird" discount - $5 off a half share and $10 off a full share! If you're a returning member and refer a friend, you'll get a referral discount too!
To join the CSA, download our membership agreement, complete with your information, and mail with your check to:
Camp Creek Acres Produce
17630 Shirley St.
Omaha, NE 68130