The best way to support the farm is to join the CSA

If you’re interested in the concept of CSA but need to know more you’re in the right place!

If you know all about CSA but would like to know more about what we do and how we structure our CSA you’re also in the right place!

At the core CSA is exactly what it sounds like; a community coming together to support agriculture. I don’t believe any two farmers have the same interpretation of what exactly this means so rather than attempt to speak for everyone I’ll just share what CSA means to Cold Springs Farm!

The A part of CSA is the agriculture part,  a bag of goodies you receive every week during the season! You’ll see lots of familiar vegetables & fruit and you’ll probably discover a few new foods & flavors you’ve never used before. Strange new foods might become new favorites...but it’s up to you as Cold Springs Farm’s CSA is completely customizable through the farm store...


C  (the community part  of CSA) is a community! Get to know people at distribution and get to know your farmer(s). Compared to the chaos of a Farmers’ Market, CSA is a relaxing social event; I love taking time to talk food, talk about the season, share tips for using the new vegetables!

The S  part of CSA makes it possible for our community to support the farm when we need it most. January, February, and March are  expensive months to run a small farm; seeds are being ordered, greenhouses are being readied, supplies for the season are coming in. Having payments for CSA shares coming in early in the year allows us to start the season in better financial shape!

2018 marks the farm’s 11th year of CSA And is the oldest continuously operating CSA in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  The CSA has evolved over the years and now is market style...think of it as an ultra cool private farmers market!  

There are  5 current drop locations...the original 4th Street drop in Fort Worth on Saturday’s; Arborlawn Methodist, Fort Worth and Redenta‘s Gardens Arlington location on Monday’s; Grapevine and Flower Mound, on Thursday’s.  The farm drops are always updated in the farm Facebook page under “events”. 

 There are 2 sizes available...the 1/2 share is perfect for singles, couples, small families, or people  that eat out often.  The full share is good for families and people that cook at home.  There are 4 sessions per year, and each session lasts 8 weeks.  A half share is $180 and a full share is $360.

I’m always open to having another CSA drop if enough people are interested so contact me via email, coldspringsfarmcsa@me.com for info!

Cold Springs Farm raises pastured heritage pork and chicken which is available for purchase and  we’re adding lamb this spring.  We also partner with J Lazy S to provide grass fed beef to our members.  

ALL produce and meat from the farm is sustainably grown, green and clean!  We often partner with certified organic farms to bring in citrus and other crops.  

Ready to support the farm by joining the CSA?  Use this link 


Cold Springs Farm provides recipes via our Pinterest page, which are broken down by season.  

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and on Instagram @coldspringsfarm

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