The CSA Innovation Network is a collaboration between farmer support networks from across the country.  Community supported agriculture (CSA) has been rapidly evolving in recent years. With so many options for consumers to eat locally,

many CSA farmers have been struggling to maintain and expand their market. In response, the CSA Innovation Network has created a national CSA community of practice to unify and strengthen the CSA movement.

CAFF's mission is to build sustainable food and farming systems through policy advocacy and on-the-ground programs that create more resilient family farms, communities and ecosystems.

FairShare's mission is to support and connect farmers and consumers through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). We envision a future where CSA is the backbone of a strong local food system and where all families have access to locally-produced, organic food from small family farms.

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The Hudson Valley CSA Coalition is a network of more than eighty CSA farms working collectively to expand and diversify CSA membership in New York's Hudson Valley region. The Coalition is facilitated by the Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming as one of the projects the Center coordinates in order to ensure that the Hudson Valley is a region defined by food where farming thrives.


Future Harvest CASA’s mission is to provide education, networking, and advocacy to help build a sustainable Chesapeake foodshed, where food flows from farm and fishery to table in ways that strengthen farming and the regional food economy; protect our land, water, and air; and provide healthy, nutritious food that sustains the region’s communities and cities.  

Corinna Bench created MyDigitalFarmer.com to help farmers learn the marketing fundamentals.

NOFA-NY is an organization of farmers, gardeners, and consumers working together to create a sustainable regional food system that's ecologically sound and economically viable.


The Portland Area CSA Coalition connects you with your farmer through Community Supported Agriculture. We help people find local farms, and we help farmers create sustainable, thriving businesses. We believe a vibrant, environmentally sound local food system is created by building relationships between farmers and households through healthy, accessible, local food.

The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment was founded as, and remains a land-grant institution, committed to improving the quality of life for Kentuckians. Our research, teaching, and extension programs are part of a national system that maintains a statewide presence and links local, state, and global issues. Agriculture, food, and environmental systems are key components of Kentucky's economic future, and the college is playing a prominent role in those areas with its programs.


Our mission is to bring farmers together so they and their farms flourish within a sustainable local food system.