Edible Earth Farm was the first farm in Western PA to offer a Choice CSA. It's like an online farmers market. You pick it, we pack it and deliver it.
CSA Pickup LocationsAdvance to the registration page to see exact address of the host sites.
- Mt. Lebanon #1
- Mt. Lebanon #2
- Mt. Washington
- Phipps Conservatory [employees only]
- Point Breeze
- Regent Square #1
- Regent Square #2
- Sandy Lake
- Sewickley [searching for host]
- Squirrel Hill
- Upper St. Clair
- Wanna host Edible Earth Farm's CSA?
- Ben Avon
- Bethel Park
- Bloomfield [searching for host]
- Brookline/Dormont [searching for host]
- Cranberry Township
- Castle Shannon
- Emsworth [searching for host]
- Erie [searching for hosts]
- Fox Chapel
- Highland Park
What is a CSA
Why Edible Earth Farm
Small CSA Share vs. Large CSA Share
Full Choice CSA Share vs. Traditional CSA Share
We are sold out of our Choice Shares for 2019, but we have a few Traditional Share slots available.A Traditional CSA is a lesser cost CSA share where the farm decides what goes in the box each week. The value of this share type is greater than a Full Choice CSA. The farm can plan without taking the unique needs of each customer in mind. A Traditional CSA improves farm efficiency and greatly reduces waste. We pass these savings onto the customer. With a Traditional CSA, you may receive an item here or there that you don't like. However, the value received is far greater than the cost.
A Full Choice CSA is a higher cost CSA share where members can choose all of what goes into their weekly box. Small CSA customers can choose 7 items per week and a large CSA customer can choose 10 items.
When Does the 2019 CSA Begin
What is a Vacation Hold and How Does it Work
Access to the Edible Earth Farm Online Farm store
Is a CSA Right for You?
• It is important to you to have a relationship with a farm and the farmers and you want to better understand what goes into producing fresh food.
• It is important to you to have super fresh, local food from a Certified Organic farm.
• You like unusual foods and are you willing to try new things. Especially important if you're considering a Traditional CSA.
• You are willing to adjust your cooking and eating habits to embrace the CSA way.
• You are NOT looking for a “deal”.
• You understand there is some risk in participating in a CSA.
• You want to find a farm that is committed to providing positive social impact through contributions to local food banks, families in need, women's shelters and homeless shelters.