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CSA - Community Supported Agriculture


What is a CSA?

A CSA is a partnership between the Grower and the customer where the risks and rewards are shared.

The fair and fun way to be involved in where and how your food is produced.

By supporting your local Grower and signing up for your weekly share of fresh in season produce you ensure a sustainable food future for us all. 


What We Offer

Woffer two types of share in our produce -

  • A Purchased share (a weekly box of the best pick of our hand picked seasonal produce)


  • A Free share ( in exchange for your time or help on the Market Garden)

What are the benefits of Joining?  (Apart from the fresh produce)

  • As a regular member you will receive extra produce when we have an abundance.

  • Access to local, ethical food, grown using sustainable methods.

  • A wide Variety of hand picked in season Vegtables.*

  • Recipes and meal ideas created by us and others in the Ropsley Market Garden Community.

  • A dedicated Facebook page where you can talk to others, find out what volunteer opportunities are  happening and ways to get involved with upcycling and composting projects.

  • Group get together/ Harvest Celebrations, outdoor cooking and others classes.

  • Weekley/Monthly or Seasonal Payment Options.



Paying for your share in advance is the preferance for most uk CSA memberships. This truely allows the risks and rewards to be shared. and for us to create a more sustainable food future for us all. Paying for your season in adance will help us purchase seeds, compsost and suplies to help us grow even more. 


The Benifets 

Join Our CSA Veg Box scheme 

Choose your Share
Type of Share

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*Our boxes are full of seasonally available Produce but we do understand that not everyone likes everything so please do tell us if there is some thing you would  prefer us not to include. 

The risk of crop failure is shared between members of the CSA. Where crop failure results in a shortage of a particular food all efforts will be made to substitute for other produce.

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