CSA Guide

Last Updated March 09, 2015
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CSA Community Supported Agriculture

Community Supported Agriculture is a model for connecting farmers and consumers.

Typically consumers who purchase a CSA "share" of a farmer's - or group of farmers' - crops, receive a weekly boxed delivery of some combination of fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers, and even milk and meat products. The following CSAs deliver to the Upstate area. 

Bio-Way Farm

Contact: Chris Sermons
|197 Bio-Way, Ware Shoals, SC, us

Clemson Sustainable Agricultural Program

Contact: Kelly Gilkerson
|E143 Poole Agriculture Center, Clemson, SC, us

Crescent Farm

Contact: Margie Levine
|SC Hwy 56 S, Clinton, SC, us

Eastatoee Community Farm

Contact: Sam Whigham
|413 Eastatoee Community Rd., Sunset, SC, us

Furman Farm

Contact: Bruce Adams
|3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC, us

Good Things Grow Here

Contact: Richard Kouyoumjian
|1315 Chinquapin Rd., Travelers Rest, SC, us

Holliday's Veggie Patch

Contact: Andy Holliday
|109 Ragsdale Rd., Belton, SC, us

Hub City Farmers Market CSA

Contact: Devon Gray
|298 Magnolia St., Spartanburg, SC, us

Manna Cabanna

Contact: Carol Lynn Jackson
|105 Main St., Saluda, NC, us

Mini Miracles

Contact: Natalie Brookshire
|708 Old Rutherford Rd, Taylors, SC, us

Sharecroppers Farm

Contact: Robin Gibson
|PO Box 136, Fairforest, SC, us

Welch and Son Farm

Contact: Bill Welch
|331 Penson Rd., Honea Path, SC, us

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