What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a popular way for you to buy local, seasonal food directly from your farmer. CSA is unique and dynamic way to keep your food dollars local while supporting and sustaining local food systems.

Our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program helps create a closer relationship between local farmers (like us) and local eaters (like you).  This type of farming is a subscription based method, where members purchase a "share" of the upcoming harvest before the actual season begins. This allows the farm to purchase seeds and supplies, make needed farm improvements, and plan ahead for production. 

We offer a wide variety of CSA shares each season, allowing you to choose the best fit for your family and household depending on your vegetable needs, cooking style, family size, and home-garden access. A Noble Farms North CSA subscription is a great way to explore your palette and discover the many different seasonal tastes of southern Idaho. 


What is included in your CSA membership?


  • A weekly box of sustainably grown vegetables and herbs from late June through early October.

  • A deeper connection with your food and knowledge of where your food comes from and how it’s grown.


  • Weekly storage tips.


  •  A newsletter with news from the field and our family.

  • Weekly recipes to try out!


  • Opportunities to order additional and bulk produce.

So what is in CSA box each week?
Click here to see what might be in your box throughout the season