CSA Program

Membership Matters

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) connects people to their local food source by entering into a partnership that brings fresh, organic produce directly from our fields to your table each week. CSA members make a commitment to support the farm through an annual membership that helps pay for seeds, water, equipment and labor in the early season when expenses are high and income is low. 


In return, the farm provides just picked seasonal produce each week beginning in June, for 20 weeks for our CSA members. This commitment ensures the survival of local agriculture by sharing the risk and bounty of the farm. By joining you become an active part of the farm's success and community.

There are two ways to take part in our CSA program:

 How the CSA Card Works


Our CSA card option allows you to shop when you want, where you want, and to purchase what you need that week—offering you flexibility. If you travel often, have specific dietary needs or just want to supplement your own garden, this is perfect for you!

  • Purchase the card for $500
    (10% bonus is added to the card; total of $550)

  • May be used to purchase any Cure Organic Farm product available at the Saturday Boulder Farmers Market, or the Farm Stand during normal business hours. 

  • Available products throughout the season include vegetables, heritage pork, beef, fruit, honey, eggs, flowers, and anything else that is in stock.

  • The balance can be used throughout the entire season, from when the Farm Stand opens in the spring through Thanksgiving. The balance must be used by 11/26/20. Any unused balances will be donated after this date.

  • If you use up your balance before the end of the season, you can add additional money to your card in $100 increments, and maintain the same benefits.

 How Traditional CSA Shares Work


Our Traditional CSA Share offers 20 weeks of produce from early June through mid-October. This is a great way to eat with the season and get the very best of what's available in the field each week. Some of our crops are reserved exclusively for Traditional CSA members.

Shares can be picked up in one of two ways June -October:

  1. At our farm on Wednesdays from 11:00 am–7:00 pm                    (Wednesday CSA Pick-up is full for 2021 season, please choose Saturday or the CSA Card option for Boulder pick-up options.)

  2. At our farm on Saturdays from 12:00 pm - 5:00pm. 

  3. In Denver near DU on Thursdays from 5pm-7pm. (Exact location address will be emailed to Denver CSA pick-up members in May.)

If you're unavailable for a pick-up one week, we can pack your share for Thursday–Sunday pick-up at our Farm Stand (Just be sure to email us so we can have your share packed and ready for you.)

Below are your share purchase options and an example of what you may get in a "typical" weekly share.

Specific share option details below

Traditional CSA Shares

2022 CSA Share details coming December 15, 2021

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Large Share

Cost: $825

Feeds: 4-5 people

Lasts: 20 weeks

2022 details coming soon

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Medium Share*

Cost: $620

Feeds: 2-4 people

Lasts: 20 weeks

2022 details coming soon 

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Small Share

Cost: $415

Feeds: 1-2 people

Lasts: 20 weeks

2022 details coming soon

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Cost: $210

Size: Average of 3lbs.

Lasts: 15 weeks

2022 details coming soon



Cost: $185

Lasts: 15 weeks of bouquets

2022 details coming soon



Cost: $145

Size: One dozen eggs

Lasts: 20 weeks

2022 details coming soon



Cost: $130 every other week

Lasts: 10 weeks

Supplied by: Conscious Coffees of Boulder, Colorado

2022 details coming soon


Bread & Pastry

Cost: $150-$300

Lasts: Every week for 20 weeks

Supplied by: Moxie Baking Co. of Louisville, Colorado

2022 details coming soon


Wine & Cheese

Cost: $300

Size: One bottle paired w/ cheese

Lasts: 10 weeks

Supplied by: Cured of Boulder, Colorado

2022 details coming soon

 *What You Get Each Week

While no two weeks are the same, here is an example of a typical Medium share in August:


Share the Bounty

Community Supported Agriculture is about sharing—food, community, and bounty. Each year, we raise money with this fund through your donations, which provide grants to help of-set the cost of csa shares for households based on financial need. If you, your business, school or group would like to help pay for a subscription for one of these households, please indicate this on the Registration Form.


If you feel like you would qualify for Share the Bounty, please contact us.