2019 CSA shares are now available!

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Help Transplanting Traditions farmers grow their farm business and enjoy your share of the harvest.

“I really love this CSA and the whole farm. It is a lovely place with an amazingly simple, yet powerful mission.

Thanks to the organization and also the farmers who make it possible.”

– CSA Member







What’s a CSA?

CSA Farmers Zar Ree and Lion Wei and their whole family together at the farm.
CSA Farmers Zar Ree and Lion Wei and their whole family together at the farm.


Community Supported Agriculture is a way to build a relationship with a farmer, to be closely tied to the seasons, and to make a firm commitment to eating locally. A CSA is a vegetable subscription service in which you pay ahead of time to receive a weekly box of fresh produce. Your investment gives the farmers the capital they need to buy seeds and supplies before the start of the season. In exchange, CSA members are given top priority when it comes time to harvest. Being a member of a CSA means you understand the hard work and planning that goes into organic agriculture as well as its many risks. As a member, we hope you’ll get to share in an abundant and nourishing harvest.



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How is our CSA unique?


Before the farm I would go to places like Weaver Street but I cannot afford vegetables …now that I grow at the farm my refrigerator is full of vegetables…I never have to buy tomatoes because I canned so many.                                                – Tri Sa, CSA Farmer

  • Members are matched with an aspiring refugee farmer. Member payments go to the farmer and their family. Read about our farmers here.
  • Our farmers work night jobs and farm during the day.Your membership helps them get closer to their goal of farming full-time.
  • Our growers are learning how to grow new crops in a new climate with a new language. The CSA is an educational tool for these farmers as they learn to run a farm business in the US.
  • Being a member of our CSA means you are not only supporting local, sustainable agriculture but also a refugee farm family. Many of our farmers, in turn, help others in need—giving food to hungry families in their community or sending aid to family in refugee camps.



What’s in a share?

A regular Fall CSA share
A regular Fall CSA share

A mix of familiar seasonal vegetables and Southeast Asian vegetables traditionally grown in Burma. See the vegetables we grow here.  Though not certified, all our produce is grown organically without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or fungicides.

Our farmers take enormous pride in packing their boxes. They carefully harvest, wash, and pack each item and always strive for the best in quality and variety. CSA members also receive a weekly newsletter with recipes, cooking tips, and news from the farm.


Hear from CSA members:

  • We absolutely love what being part of this CSA has done for our family. We plan meals around the vegetables in the box and try hard not to let them go bad because we know how hard our farmers have worked to grow and prepare them for us. We are so grateful! 
  • We had a great experience this year! All of the different vegetables helped inspire us to try new recipes and cooking techniques. We eat out a lot less when we have our weekly vegetables and have become better cooks in the process.
  • We’ve been very impressed with the farm and the CSA team’s hard work. We’ve shared the concept with lots of friends and family members. Our cooking at home has become more enjoyable with so many new and different veggies to try.

Read more member comments here.

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Have questions about our CSA? Want to join our waitlist?

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Help us fight food insecurity in the refugee community and help an aspiring farmer grow their business.

Share-a-Share buys traditional Burmese vegetables from our farmers and donates them to the refugee families in our community that need them the most. Read more here.