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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

What is CSA?

Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a program that creates a direct relationship between our farm and you, the Shareholder.  Through this program you receive a portion of our farm's harvest on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, access to our CSA member educational programming and exclusive class discounts. 

**Our CSA program is currently on pause due to Winter Flooding**

Our CSA Program...

  • Provides farm-fresh produce using natural, regenerative growing practices that promotes high mineral content in our produce. No chemical fertilizer. No herbicides. Ever. We only use OMRI-certified products.

  • Most produce is harvested the same day as delivery to ensure maximum nutritional content and flavor.

  • Includes unique seasonal varieties, and recipes to make the most out of your CSA experience.

  • Directly supports educating new farmers in San Diego.

  • Connects members to the land and to each other through seasonal tours, special events,  and exclusive discounts on classes. 


All of our CSA boxes are the same size and contains the equivalent of 1 or more tote bags full of farm fresh produce (greens, herbs, veggies, fruit and/or citrus) .

We have two share plans available:

  1. Full Share:  Weekly delivery of a CSA box, $35 every week

  2. Half Share:  Bi-weekly delivery of a CSA box, $35 every other week

  3. Neighbor Share Discount: Those with a 92154 zip code, $30 bag

Payment Options

​You choose your billing preferences and frequency. You can choose to pay in as little as 4 installments. Start, stop or hold deliveries anytime!

  • Automatic Billing

  • One-time Charge

Pick-Up Locations & Schedule

We deliver CSA boxes to all pick-up locations on Wednesdays.  

Imperial Beach, 4:00pm-8:00pm (biweekly pick-ups only) 

Private Residence- near Carolina Street, 91932 map

Wild Willow Farm, 10:00am-7:00pm

2550 Sunset Ave., 92154 map

How to Purchase a Subscription

Click here to visit our CSA storefront page where you can set up a customer account and place your order. 

**Our CSA program is currently on pause due to Winter Flooding**


This link will bring you to our CSA store where you will create an account, choose your frequency, and submit payment.

**Our CSA program is currently on pause due to Winter Flooding**


Participants will receive an email on delivery day with a list of seasonal contents. Offerings vary every week, but usually contain a wide variety of greens, veggies, herbs, and fruit.


Check out our blog for recipes designed around your CSA box!


Contact the CSA coordinator.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are you certified organic?

The farm is not certified organic, but everything is grown using natural, biological farming practices without use of conventional pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge or irradiated products. We build soil fertility by making and using high-quality compost, and use only soil amendments allowed on certified organic farms. All our seed is non-GMO. You are welcome to visit and observe our farming practices. They are an integral part of our farm school curriculum.

Q: How do I help the environment as a CSA member?

Fossil fuel consumption is reduced because we don't use heavy machinery and there is minimal transportation of your produce. Here at Wild Willow Farms, we use people and soil life to power and grow our food, and because it is grown locally, transportation fuel consumption is at a minimum. Our regenerative sustainable farming philosophy includes using healthy soil practices that saves water, eliminates the need for artificial fertilizer that pollutes waterways, reduces atmospheric carbon dioxide, and we NEVER use synthetic chemicals!


Q: What are the responsibilities of a CSA subscriber?

  • Pick up your CSA box within the time frame stated. Making the CSA boxes available during the designated pickup time is the only thing the host is responsible for.

  • Swap out produce into your own reusable bag, and leave the empty boxes there.

  • Be respectful of our pick-up hosts' property and time.

  • Follow additional rules posted at your pick-up location regarding signing in, parking, stacking of empty boxes, etc.

  • The CSA boxes that are not retrieved within the pick-up times are forfeited by the Shareholder and will be donated or sold. There are no "makeup’s" for missed CSA boxes. If you cannot pick-up your CSA box, you may arrange for someone else to pick it up for you. You are responsible for explaining the pick-up location and procedures to your substitute.

  • We take the safety of your food seriously. We wash all produce before packaging, but for your added protection, please wash all produce before eating.

Q: What if there's crop failure?

We promise to do our best to provide you with a bountiful share each week. The quantity of produce, however — despite our best efforts — may vary from week-to-week because of extreme weather, insects, or other production factors. By becoming a Shareholder, you are agreeing to share the risk of crop failure with us and other Shareholders. In the unlikely event of a crop failure, our procedure is as follows: If only a small portion of crops fail, we compensate for the failed crops by filling your share with other crops grown on the farm that are ready for harvest at that time, or we may not be able to deliver any products that week.

Q: What if there's a harvest surplus?

Our Shareholders are first in line for the bounty of the farm; the more we grow, the more volume and/or variety you will get. In addition to our CSA, our farm sells to farmers markets, restaurants, grocery stores, and onsite. Although production is not segregated, our Shareholders receive priority. After filling our Shareholder boxes with the week's harvest first, the remainder is sold to our other markets.

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