Community Supported Agriculture: Video Transcript

[This video shows students carrying out the various farm-related tasks.]

Narrator: Community Supported Agriculture. Or, for short, CSA.

CSA is a model of food production and distribution that directly connects producers and consumers by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest.

Starting in 2017, the Miami University Institute for Food farm began accepting subscribers for their own CSA program. The program runs on a seasonal basis and is open to Oxford community members and Miami University faculty and students.

For a seasonal flat rate, participants take home a box each week packed full of fresh, local, organically-grown produce. Boxes often include items such as tomatoes, squash, greens, and onions. Full and half-shares are offered to subscribers on a first-come, first-serve basis.

For more information, visit the Institute for Food blog.

[Fall 2018]