Community Supported Agriculture

Blackberry Community Farm


Delivering more than 40 kinds of seasonal, chemical free vegetables, fruits (strawberries, currants, raspberries, melons & apples) and herbs in deluxe and half shares. Members are welcome to visit or volunteer on the farm.

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Blue Ox Organics


Where the driftless meets the north woods, you'll find this family farm. A reliable producer of whole lamb and winter produce. CSA membership features produce. This farm is looking to revitalize the land around it with sustainable farming practices. Call to arrange a visit.

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Breezy Knoll Farm

N14014 Fairview Road, Fairchild

Receive a bountiful harvest of fresh, seasonal, locally grown produce and herbs every week. With every CSA membership you also receive a weekly newsletter filled with stories, recipes and information about your vegetables. Also available is a weekly share of 1 dozen large eggs.

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Jackson Hollow

S1291 Hayes Valley Rd., Mondovi

100% chemical free produce, as well as free range eggs and poultry raised by organic methods. CSA members purchase shares of the seasons produce, delivered to a local drop off point. Egg and Poultry shares are additional. They seek to treat their land and animals with respect.

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MoonRise Farm

W2161 County Rd. KK, Nelson

Providing weekly deliveries of a diverse group of produce sustainably grown for a reasonable price. MoonRise Farm offers a variety of vegetables, herbs, and fresh-cut flowers that are naturally and sustainably grown for CSA members.

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Solheim Market Garden

A Solheim Market Share costs $420/season and gets you a box of produce every week of the growing season. A full share is enough to help feed 2-3 people weekly. Pick up is Saturday morning or Thursday evening at The Coffee Grounds.

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Special Treat Farm

N674 Cty Rd H, Mondovi

The CSA runs for 20 weeks, May-October. All shares include farm fresh eggs, and usually includes heirloom tomatoes and sweet corn. CSA members are welcome at the farm for work hours for discounts or visiting anytime.

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Square Roots Farm

E9985 W. Mallard Rd., Fall Creek

Chemical-free vegetables are delivered from their farm directly to your door every week. The summer share is 6-12 different vegetables for 18 weeks. Each fall box contains roughly 30 pounds of root vegetables.

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Sunbow Farm

W4620 Langdell Rd, Eau Claire

Serving the Chippewa Valley with fresh, local, green-grown produce, chicken, lamb, and certified organic herbs since 2003. Sunbow believes in connecting people to the land so all of their shares require an agreement to help at the farm. Members can help with planting, weeding, maintenance, and picking.

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Sylvan Hills

E2161 530th Ave., Menomonie

Half a share costs $400 and a full share costs $650. A share includes a weekly pick-up of fresh, locally grown, certified organic produce that will amply feed a family. Items included are: tomatoes, beans, carrots, radishes, and more.

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330th Ave., Menomonie

Twenty five acres of garden, field and woods where fruit, vegetables, honey and hops are produced as sustainably as possible. A source of very fresh, organically grown produce that tastes better than almost anything you can find at a store.

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Together Farms - CSA

W93 Norden Rd., Mondovi

Striving to raise the healthiest, happiest animals with lots of minerals and pasture, 100% grass-fed/finished beef, lamb, pasture pork, chicken, turkey, and duck. GMO-free and no MSG, nitrates, or other unpronounceable ingredients.

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Winnowburrow Farm

N9396 County Rd G, Colfax

Winnowburrow is unique in that it strives too produce exclusively heirloom produce. CSA boxes include flowers, herbs, mushrooms, eggs from heritage breed chickens, and a wide assortment of nutrient-dense heirloom produce.

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