The Enright CSA will have one final pickup on SATURDAY, NOV. 23 (the Saturday before Thanksgiving) 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
START AN URBAN CSA! To view the new book Enright Ridge CSA has published to help you start an urban CSA in YOUR neighborhood, click HERE.
Community supported agriculture (CSA) is way of sustaining farming and farmers, often
in urban areas. Consumers who are interested in safe, wholesome food come together
to support a farm operation, creating a community farm in which all the “share holders”
share the risks and benefits of food production on a local level.
CSAs take many forms, and the Enright Ridge CSA was formed in 2009 as a work co-op,
with members sharing the work of growing food in backyards and community gardens
in the Price Hill area of Cincinnati. Our CSA has grown each year, adding more land
and more members. We are currently growing produce more than six months a year, feeding
about 150 people with garden and farm plots that add up to about an acre of land.
We are continuing to grow, adding more land and more members. Our goal is to continue
our own success with this community-based urban agriculture project, while working
to develop a network that will encourage other communities in Cincinnati and elsewhere
to create their own CSAs.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Enright Ridge CSA, visit the
other pages in this website or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more