Sign-up for the CSA Membership is closed for the fall 2017 semester; registration will reopen in spring 2018.
What is a Community-Supported Agriculture “CSA” Membership?
Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a food production and distribution system that directly connects farmers to consumers. In short, people buy "shares" of a farm's harvest in advance and then receive a portion of the crops as they are harvested.
University Dining’s CSA includes local and seasonal produce, delivered directly to campus to save you a trip to the store and the farm. We’ve partnered with the Turnip Truck of Georgia to launch a ten-week subscription program this fall.
“The mission of The Turnip Truck is to provide Atlanta area restaurants, schools, and institutions with the finest locally grown vegetables, fruits, dairy products, and other foods, as well as specialty items. We represent a network of over fifty small local farms to provide you with the absolute freshest Vegetables, Fruits, Eggs, Milk, Dairy Products, and more!” - The Turnip Truck Philosophy The Turnip Truck of Georgia
Our Fall CSA
This fall, a subscription includes ten weeks of CSA boxes delivered to both the Kennesaw and Marietta campuses.
Subscriptions are available in two box sizes:
- Full share (serves 3-4): $315
- Half share (serves 1-2): $174
At the Kennesaw Campus, the CSA boxes are available for pick up at the KSU Farmers Market, every Wednesday from September 6 to November 8. The Farmers Market is located between The Commons and Prillaman Hall, and is open from 10:00AM to 2:00PM.
At the Marietta Campus, the CSA boxes are available for pick up at the Stingers dining facility entrance every Wednesday from 12:00PM to 4:00PM.
To learn more about how The Turnip Truck brings seasonal and delicious Georgia-grown produce to you visit turniptruckga.com.