Sign Up for Community Supported Agriculture

There’s just something about local produce that can’t be beat by what you get at the grocery store. Thanks to a University City Farmers Market partner, The Farm at Dover Vineyards, residents have the opportunity to enjoy fresh produce and support their local farm through CSA! If you’re wondering what CSA is, it’s Community Supported Agriculture, a subscription(a veggie box) to local produce from 20 farms in the surrounding area.

How does it work?

You pay an upfront amount at the beginning of the season. Each week, you’ll stop by the market to pick up what the farm has to offer. Now, remember, this isn’t an all-you-can-eat grocery store or buffet. This is a real farm. Only so much can be produced. And we only produce what’s in season. So, that means some weeks there’s more food than others. Every week it changes. How fun! For example, in the springtime, they may have strawberries, carrots, and cilantro available. Whereas in the fall they may have, sweet potatoes, jam, and heirloom apples available.

What are the box options?

  • Traditional CSA box — for the entire season
  • Summer CSA box — only for summer
  • The Totally Devoted to local CSA box
  • The Boosted CSA box — includes bread, eggs, and mushrooms

What’s new this year?

You can now add eggs, bread, or mushrooms to your weekly share!

What are the pick-up locations?

  • Saturdays 9am-1pm at University City Farmers Market 8929 JM Keynes Dr, Charlotte NC 28262
    • Traditional, Boosted, Devoted CSA (Runs April 23-Nov 19)
    • Summer Runs May 28- August 27
  • Wednesdays from 5-6pm at The Market at 7th Street 224 E 7th St, Charlotte NC 28202
    • Traditional, Boosted, Devoted CSA (Runs April 27- Nov 23)
    • Summer Runs June 1- August 31
  • Thursdays from 5-7pm at Local Loaf 300 E 35th St, Charlotte, NC 28205
    • Traditional, Boosted, Devoted CSA (Runs April 28-Nov 22)
    • Summer Runs June 2- September 1
  • Saturdays 10am-1pm at Common Market Plaza Midwood 2007 Commonwealth Ave, Charlotte NC 28205
    • Traditional, Boosted, Devoted CSA (Runs April 23-Nov 19)
    • Summer Runs May 28- August 27

There are limited spots available so be sure to register ASAP to reserve your veggie box and get all of the local produce you can!

Sign up here.

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