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Community supported agriculture farms map

Map, details, and drop-off sites for the many CSAs that serve the Portland area.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relationship between farmer and consumer. In a CSA, households (“shareholders” or “subscribers”) provide financial support by purchasing a share of the harvest at the beginning of the growing season.

Once harvesting begins, shareholders typically receive weekly shares of vegetables, fruit, eggs, dairy, meat, fish, and poultry depending on the farm’s production capabilities.

By becoming a member of a farm, shareholders allow the farmer to cover operating costs and provide security by assuming some of the growing risk with the farmer. In exchange, consumers eat the freshest, local food available and support small farms and protect farmland.

The map below shows the 2019 CSA drop-off sites for farms that deliver to Portland. Click on the farm location and scroll through the pop-up box for detailed information. 

View the CSA map

Disclaimer: Neither BPS nor any of its partners endorse a particular business, company or any organization through this listing of CSA farms. Neither BPS nor any of its partners make any warranty, expressed or implied, or assume any legal liability or responsibility, for the businesses, organizations, products or processes identified or disclosed on the BPS website. By providing this community service, BPS and its partners take no responsibility for the quality of customer service provided by any companies, businesses or organizations identified in this listing of CSA Farms.

Potential CSA subscribers should choose their CSA farmer carefully to determine they have the appropriate experience to deliver a diverse array of quality produce throughout the growing season.