Community Supported Agriculture Program
We’re changing the definition of local— from a few hundred miles, to a few flights of stairs. This year, you can buy a weekly share of organically grown fruits and vegetables, conveniently ready for pick up in the lobby of 55 M Street Southeast.
What's a Community Supported Agriculture Program?
A CSA is a simple idea in which a “Member” buys a “Share” of a farmer’s harvest at the beginning of the growing season, and then receives a share of produce each week. CSA’s are a great way to support local farms, and receive a healthy, local food!
What's in a Weekly Share?
Weekly shares typically include enough food for a couple of salad lovers, including a half pound of greens mix, a bunch of root veggies, and herbs or microgreens.
Depending upon what’s in season, you will receive a combination of:
Pick Up Location
55 M Street SE
Washington DC, 20001
Wednesdays from 3:45-6:15pm.
Whether you work in the building, or live in the neighborhood, stop by the lobby of 55 M Street SE every Wednesday to pick up your weekly share of produce.
We offer three seasons of deliveries. Sign up for one season, or sign up for all three and receive a 10% discount!
Every member will receive a CSA starter kit, which will include an insulated tote bag, t-shirt, a jar of rooftop honey, and information about Up Top Acres produce and events! This fee is $40, and will be included when signing up for the CSA.