Wellness CSA

Employee CSA

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial relationship between farmers and the community in which participants provide funding for the farmer in advance of the growing season in exchange for fresh produce during the growing season.

Homegrown Baltimore Employee Wellness CSA

The Homegrown Baltimore Employee Wellness CSA Farmshare is a pre-paid box of fruits and vegetables delivered directly to your office from a local farm. Each week you’ll receive a box of eight items ranging from lettuce to tomatoes to strawberries. This exciting new initiative will run for 24 weeks from June – November. Produce drop-offs can take place at any City building with a minimum of 10 employee participants and one site coordinator.

Baltimore City understands the link between good health and eating well, and will incorporate the Employee Wellness Farmshare with existing wellness programming.

In 2016, two farms, Real Food Farm and One Straw Farm will participate.

2016 sign up information coming soon! Contact Sarah Buzogany, Food Access Planner, with questions: sarah.buzogany@baltimorecity.gov