Available to UK employees on a UK health plan, UK Health & Wellness offers a limited supply of vouchers* up to $200 off toward the cost of a CSA. 

Check back soon for details about how to win a CSA voucher.
 

What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

CSA farmers offer a limited number of their produce "shares" for anyone in their local area to purchase in advance. When you purchase a share from a farm, you become a CSA member of that farm.

CSA membership typically includes:

  • A box of local and organic vegetables (and occasionally fruits and other farm products) delivered weekly to your preferred pick-up location.
  • Opportunities to get to know your local farmers and learn more about where your food comes from.
  • ​Tips and/or recipes for how to use the produce in your weekly shares.
     

2018 CSA options:

CSA FARM SEASON SIZE COST TYPICAL JUNE SHARE
Elmwood Stock Farm                        
May-Sept.
22 weeks
 
Small
 
$440  $340 ($15.45/week)
 
Broccoli, basil, yellow squash, zucchini, swiss chard, red beets, green onions, red leaf lettuce, and a bag of salad mix.
 
Regular
 
$650  $450 ($20.45/week)
 
Lazy Eight Stock Farm
 
April-Sept.
20 weeks
 
Small
 
$380  $280 ($14.00/week)
 
Basil, yellow squash, cherry and garden tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, eggplant, kale, green beans, beets, and zucchini.
 
Regular
 
$540  $340 ($17.00/week)
 
Rootbound Farm
 
June-Oct 20 weeks
 
Small
 
$462  $362 ($18.10/week)
 
Broccoli, carrots, yellow squash, zucchini, kale, beets, green onions, butterhead lettuce, and bell peppers.
 
Regular
 
$649  $449 ($22.45/week)
 
Sustainable Harvest Farm
 
May-Oct 20 weeks
 
Small
 
$440  $340 ($17.00/week)
 
Beets, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, cabbage, green onions, squash/zucchini and radishes.
 
Regular
 
$545  $345 ($17.25/week)
 
UK South Farm
 
May-Oct 22 weeks
 
Regular
 
$650  $450 ($20.45/week)
 
Beets, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, cabbage, green onions, squash/zucchini, and radishes.

     
    For more information about CSA and the voucher benefit, please review answers to our frequently asked questions.

    *Vouchers from UK Health & Wellness are considered taxable income by the Internal Revenue Service and will be included on participants' UK paycheck as a fringe benefit for taxation.