Assistant Farmer positions now open for the 2016 season. On-site housing optional and available.
to learn more, and to apply.
Work shift sign up
Members must first log in to sign up for work shifts. Please follow the directions on our member page
to complete the sign up process.
We are sold out for the 2015 season. We thank our new and returning members for their support!
If you are not a current member of Anchor Run CSA, please consider adding your name to our waiting list for the 2016 season. You will receive a reminder to submit an application, and a chance to apply before registration is open to the general public.
Want to learn more about us? We suggest that you start with our Membership
page, and explore the other informational pages on this website.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a system of farming that brings together farmers, community members and agricultural land into a mutually beneficial relationship.
Members of the community purchase a "farmshare" for a full growing season. This commitment implies a willingness to share with the farmer both the bounty from the land and at least some of the risks of its production. The farmer receives fair and guaranteed compensation. In return, members receive a variety of fresh picked produce, sustainably grown by farmers they personally know and trust.
Now entering our tenth growing season, Anchor Run has always provided a true CSA experience to its share owners, who make regular visits to the farm for produce pick-up, field work, and social gatherings. From the beginning, CSA has been our purpose and our passion, and virtually 100% of our operation is devoted to production for CSA share owners.
Direct from Mother Nature, and our diligent preparations, comes fresh farm bounty for you to enjoy...
Anchor Run CSA members receive a portion of our farm bounty each week, picked and washed just hours before pick-up.
At Anchor Run CSA, we are committed to responsible use of precious agricultural land. Our produce is grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified organisms. We make use of compost, cover crops, and crop rotation to promote healthy soil and plants.
You are encouraged to learn more about Anchor Run CSA by exploring this website.