Interactive map of CSAs in the Washington area

More than 60 farms around the region that offer community-supported agriculture, or CSA, programs, are highlighted on this map. In a CSA, members stake a claim on part of a farm's harvest by paying a set fee in advance for shares of produce and more. To view details on the farms and their CSAs, click on the individual map points. A few groups that package items from multiple farms are included as well. You can limit search results by choosing a pickup neighborhood (please note that on-farm pickup locations are not available yet in the drop-down menu).


To find the CSAs available in your area,
choose your preferred pickup region.
Click on a CSA icon for details:

DATA: Compiled by Becky Krystal, GRAPHIC: Gene Thorp - The Washington Post. Published Feb. 1, 2013.


Know of a CSA we missed? E-mail: krystalb@washpost.com.



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