What Is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

Community Supported Agriculture is a farmer- and consumer-based movement that allows families to directly access and support farm fresh local and organic produce and farmers. An upfront payment in the spring allows the farmer to predict what will be grown and will help the farmer when most needed.  CSA programs are dependent on growing conditions.  There are not guarantees about what produce you will get each season, nor how much.  CSA members share the risks of farming with the farmer.


Borski Farms has been in existence since 1992, and is based in Kaysville, Utah. We grow a variety of vegetables, herbs and fruit. We are up early on pick-up days, so most fruits and vegetables are picked that morning.

Borski Farms