Lakes and Valley Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) produces a wide range of organic vegetables, herbs, edible flowers, eggs, and beef for approximately 160 members in Park Rapids, Detroit Lakes, and Moorhead, Minnesota, and Fargo, North Dakota. The CSA operates on 6 acres of land, part of a 440-acre biodynamic farm eight miles southwest of Park Rapids. The CSA is in its tenth season of operation. We’re currently accepting memberships for the 2012 season.
Why join the CSA?
Receive just-picked, vibrantly ripe, high-quality seasonal produce grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or herbicides by biodynamic farmers dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices and building healthy, living soils. Support the training of young farmers, the next generation of non-GMO food producers.
Receive vegetables not available in local supermarkets. We raise heirlooms for their incomparable flavor and nutrition, and hybrids for their reliability in our northern climate.
Create a 21st century food system, where growers and consumers live and eat in close relationship with their communities and the land.
We accept EBT because we believe every family deserves to eat well.
Members are welcome to visit the farm, volunteer in the field or in some other capacity, and to participate in farm social and educational events.
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