Our Favorite CSAs in the Valley

Last Updated October 10, 2014
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Community-sponsored agriculture (CSA) brings farm-fresh produce to your table, your way.

Gone are the days when purchasing a CSA share meant trekking to the farmers' market and resigning yourself to a mystery box of whatever produce happened to come out of the ground that month. CSAs are now offering more choice than ever, with expanding lists of pickup locations, a greater variety of share sizes, delivery services, à la carte shopping options, and the ability to pause or resume your weekly share on short notice. CSAs are not just for fruits and vegetables anymore, either; small farms are teaming up with local vendors to offer add-ons that can include eggs, seasonal honey, fresh-baked bread or grass-fed beef. Those looking to explore some of the best CSAs in the Valley can start by checking out these local farms.

Blue Sky Organic Farms

Why We Love It: Owner David Vose was a chef before he was a farmer so you know he appreciates quality ingredients. You can pick up the fresh produce from his organic farm right at the farm store––where you will...
|4762 N 189th Avenue, Litchfield Park , AZ, us

Chow Locally - CLOSED

About Chow Locally's CSA: If choosing one farm's CSA share feels like too much of a commitment, Chow Locally's Chow Share CSA draws...
|1711 W University Dr, Tempe, AZ, us

Crooked Sky Farms

Why We Love It: Crooked Sky actually farms and maintains a series of naturally-grown (meaning no chemical insecticides, herbicides, fungicides or fertilizers) plots around the Phoenix Metro area. They are best known...
|2134 S. 16th Ave., Phoenix, AZ, us

Desert Roots Farm

Why We Love It: This 25-acre farm has been selling vegetables and herbs—through their CSA and at farmers markets—since 2001. The best part about joining the Desert Roots Farm is the recipe of the week that comes...
|Queen Creek, AZ, us

The Farm at Agritopia

Why We Love It: Agrotopia is a cotton-and-wheat farm turned development community with the distinct mission of preserving urban agriculture. The mini city is comprised of 450 houses, commercial spaces and 16 acres of...
|3000 E Ray Rd, Gilbert, AZ, us


Why We Love It: At first glance you just see a normal urban property - then you realize it is a micro-farm.
|4056 E Weldon Avenue, Phoenix, AZ, us

Gila Farm Cooperative

Why We Love It: This group of refugee farmers from Bhutan, Burma, Congo, Cuba, Eritrea, Iraq, Liberia, Sudan, Somalia, Togo, and Uzbekistan are committed to sustainable farming and stay away from fertilizers,...
|5025 N Central Ave. Suite 113, Phoenix , AZ, us

Maya's Farm

Why We Love It: Maya is passionate about the politics of food production and bringing the focus back to small farms. It is her respect for, and relationship with, the earth that keeps her in the business and it...
|6550 S. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ, us
| 480.236.7097

Rhiba Farms

Why We Love It: Rhiba started as a little greenhouse in the backyard. Slowly, farming became a full-time business and a ranch was purchased in Gilbert so that they could grow organic fruits and vegetables and raise...
|3498 N San Marcos Place, Unit# 1, Chandler , AZ, us

The Simple Farm

Why We Love It: What used to be three acres of weed-choked desert land is now a sanctuary of fruit trees and gardens with goats, chickens and a world-class caramel shop. The caramels are made from sweet raw goat’s...
|9080 E Cactus Rd, Scottsdale, AZ, us

Tonopah Rob - Closed

Why We Love It: There are more than 60 species of fruits and vegetables on this farm…with over 200 varieties under cultivation. That means that besides your garden-variety peas and broccoli, you also get unusual...
|35838 W. Buckeye Rd. , Tonopah, AZ, us

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