Welcome to the Tucson CSA

Cook creatively. Eat seasonally and healthily. Explore new vegetables. Support local sustainable farming. Be kinder to the environment. Engage in the local food system. Have fun…

Tucson CSA offers weekly “shares” of local, organically-grown produce. We also have bread, goat cheese, grass-fed meats, pasture-raised eggs and chickens. Pickups are on:

– Tuesdays, 4:00 to 7:00 pm, in The Historic Y courtyard (University Blvd. and 5th Ave.)
– Wednesdays, 4:00 to 7:00 pm, in The Historic Y courtyard (University Blvd. and 5th Ave.)
– Wednesdays, 4:00 to 7:00 pm, at Watershed Management Group (Speedway and Dodge). This is a satellite pickup location for shares only (no CSA store).

You can subscribe online at any time for 6 or 12 pickups.

SUBSCRIBE (join the Tucson CSA)

MANAGE YOUR ACCOUNT (subscription changes & delivery holds)

RECHARGE YOUR ACCOUNT (make a payment)

REOPEN YOUR ACCOUNT

Call to Action: Save Crooked Sky Farms

CALL TO ACTION: Save Crooked Sky Farms!

Farmer Frank is at risk of losing his farmland in Phoenix this August. The City of Phoenix is trying to acquire his leased land, an organic oasis in the center of a sprawling urban industrial center. We need your help in expressing how important Crooked Sky Farms is to you, your family, and our community.

Tucson CSA would not and could not exist without Crooked Sky Farms. Farmer Frank’s commitment to growing certified naturally grown produce for our members has enabled us to provide beautiful, healthy, local produce to thousands of Tucsonans since 2004. Beyond Tucson CSA, Farmer Frank has fed many more people throughout the state of Arizona through farmers’ markets, CSA programs, and many generous donations to food banks, pantries, and feeding programs. Farmer Frank has been a pioneer in our local agriculture movement, serving as a mentor to many other farmers and food systems workers. Losing this farmland would be detrimental to our community and to our state.

We have watched Farmer Frank’s food nourish our Tucson CSA community for over 16 years. We have seen CSA kids grow into young adults, eating organically grown carrots, tomatoes, and watermelons all the while. We’ve learned about the importance heritage foods, like I’itoi onions, because of Farmer Frank’s commitment to growing them. We’ve fostered a community around this food, which has served as an essential resource throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. For us, Crooked Sky Farms equates to nourishment, community, resilience.

Here’s how you can help:

1. Contact Martha Ojeda at Acquisition Sciences, LTD to let her know how important Crooked Sky Farms is to you and your family. Call, email, and write.

Direct Line: 602-393-6027
Office: 602-234-1000
marthao@acqsl.com
1990 W. Camelback Road, Suite 207
Phoenix, Arizona 85007

2. Contact District 7 City of Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski to let him know how important Crooked Sky Farms is to you and your family. Call and email.
Phone: 602-262-7492
Email: council.district.7@phoenix.gov

3. SHARE this post on your Facebook page.

News and Announcements

June 19, 2020
Call to Action: Save Crooked Sky Farms

CALL TO ACTION: Save Crooked Sky Farms! Farmer Frank is at risk of losing his farmland in Phoenix this August. The City of Phoenix is trying to acquire his leased land, an organic oasis in the center of a sprawling urban industrial center. We need your help in expressing how important Crooked Sky Farms is […]

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April 6, 2020
WMG Pickup Site Temporarily Closed

We have temporarily closed our CSA pickup site at Watershed Management Group. Members who were subscribed at WMG have been moved to our main pickup site at the Historic Y.

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April 6, 2020
Covid-19 Update (7/3/20)

Sara and I care so much about you and our community and have been working to implement additional precautions at the Tucson CSA in an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy. As of now, we will continue to hold our regularly scheduled CSA pickups at the Historic Y. We have temporarily closed our pickup […]

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Ladybug Blog
June 3, 2019
Q & A with Zoe Sand of Planted Blissfully

Hi, I’m Zoe! I’m originally from Los Angeles County, but I’ve lived in Tucson for about a year and a half now. I work at the University of Arizona as a research specialist studying diabetes, obesity and metabolism. My days in the kitchen started early on as a kid, watching my mom bake cookies, muffins […]

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