Our csa

What is a "CSA?"

CSA is an acronym for Community Supported Agriculture. Every week Lazy Millennial Farms will provide a box of mixed vegetables grown exclusively veganically and pesticide free. Produce is harvested the night before and morning of shipment and are so fresh, the veggies will still think they are on the farm when you're chopping them up. You can rest assured no animal manure, blood meal, bone meal, fish emulsion or feather meal will have been used in the production of your produce box. 

When you buy a box you are directly connecting with and supporting the people growing your food. We will send out newsletters throughout the harvest season, filled with updates, recipes, and stories from the farm. Members can also look forward to exclusive CSA farm tours and opportunities to volunteer and learn about how their food is grown. We want to start and maintain a dialogue with our members: What is working? What isn't? What is going on at the farm? We think the more transparent we are with how we produce the food you eat, the greater good is served. We are growing for you!


whats in the box?

You can look forward to over 60 varieties of nutritious, delicious veganic vegetables this year. Each box contains 7-10 seasonal vegetables portioned for 1-2 adults on a heavy plant based diet. 


How much is a csa share?

Bay Area CSA share - $35

Monterey County CSA share - $30

Visit our shop and sign up for a share


Where is my nearest pickup Location?