The One Stop CSA Shop

We have an entire section dedicated to local farms that offer CSA programs. They’ll be selling and sampling fresh produce, so you can find the CSA share perfect for you!

Make a plan for local eating. Purchase a CSA at Fest, and receive a general admission ticket to the Philly Farm and Food Fest 2017!


Sponsored by Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative


The Common Market

The Common Market is a values-driven wholesale consolidator and distributor of local food. We create the link between local farmers and the urban marketplace. Our goal is both to support local agriculture and to make local food affordable and accessible on the wholesale level.

The Common Market Farm Share, offers Farm Share deliveries to workplaces, community centers and places of worship. We provide 12 bi-weekly deliveries per season, with a summer and winter season each year, of a handpicked assortment of fruits and vegetables plus a dozen eggs. We source directly from local family farms in PA, NJ & DE who follow earth-friendly farming methods. It’s a great way to stimulate productivity, elevate mood, and promote a balanced and healthy lifestyle that benefits individuals as well as workplaces and organizations as a whole.

Cecil Creek Farm

We are a 42 acre organic transition farm and market that supply’s produce from both our fields and other local farms in our seasonal market. In addition to this we are also an event and farm to fork fine dining restaurant.

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative

CSA Pop-Up Shop Sponsor

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative (LFFC) is a non-profit organic farmers cooperative of over 100 regional farmers headquartered in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We focus on creating healthy, high quality foods from highly maintained and enriched soils on small scale family farms.

Goose Lane Egg Farm

Goose Lane Egg Farm is a family owned farm located in rural Berks County, just outside of Reading. We specialize in Pasture Raised GMO-free brown eggs, chicken and thanksgiving turkeys. We also offer GMO-Free pork and organically-grown produce. Our items are available through our CSA, farm stand and also Farmer’s Markets.

Taproot Farm

Taproot Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown Produce Farm & CSA, growing great food since 2010. Embracing the principles and practices of Organic Farming, Taproot Farm produces the highest quality Vegetables, Fruits and Pasture-Raised Eggs! We are a family farm with a devotion to Sustainable Agriculture, Healthy Food, Healthy Communities, Local Eating, and the Organic Movement. We strive to make our farm an exciting and productive source of healthy, fresh food in Eastern Pennsylvania. Our produce is harvested at the peak of it’s quality and sold fresh to ensure the highest nutritive value possible. We use crop rotation, cover crops, composts, and natural soil amendments to enrich the land and grow nutrient-dense foods. We believe that everyone’s actions, everyday, have an important impact on this world. For us, this is an empowering concept. Our tiny contribution is a farm, a family, dedicated to nutrition. Nutrition for people, for the soil, for the plants and animals we care for, but not just for that. The nourishing power of fresh, delicious food unites people into healthy relationships. It unites people with the environment. It is the substance of ritual. We want our customers to feel the empowerment of putting fresh, locally raised food on the table, to share with friends, community and family. It sounds great…& it tastes better!

Red Earth Farm

Red Earth Farm is a family-owned produce farm, sustainably growing a wide range of vegetables, herbs, flowers and plant starts for the Philadelphia region. In business for more than a decade we offer the only CSA with weekly online ordering privileges. Situated on 90 acres in Kempton, PA we also serve West Chester Grower’s and Emmaus Farmer’s Markets. Wholesale and restaurant accounts are welcome.

Bendy Brook Farm

Bendy Brook Farm is located on 120 acres of pristine farmland in Oley, in south-eastern Pennsylvania. The Mast family has been farming the land since 1941. Nevin has been working with livestock for over 40 years and is passionate about providing your family with healthy, high-quality products. The land has been kept chemical-free for over 25 years.

Bendy Brook Farm produces 100% Grassfed Beef, Pastured Chicken and Turkey, Pastured Eggs, and Whey-Fed Pork.

Kneehigh Farm

Kneehigh Farm is a one woman-run vegetable farm located in North Chester County, PA. Over 100 varieties of fresh produce are grown without synthetic chemicals or fertilizers for our CSA, Farmers’ Market, and local restaurants. We prioritize high quality produce, ethical practices, healthy soil and happy people. We are committed to creating connections between families, their food, and their farmers.

High Street on Market

High Street on Market, opened in the fall of 2013 by Ellen Yin and Executive Chef Eli Kulp, has received nationwide attention for its seamless integration of ambitious bakery, cafe, and destination dining. In the two and a half years since, High Street on Market was the Philadelphia Inquirer’s best new restaurant of 2014, Bon Appetit Magazine dubbed it their #2 Best New Restaurant in the country in 2014, and Travel and Leisure Magazine named it one of the best new restaurants in the world. The individuals making up the team led by Yin and Kulp have themselves received recognition as rising young stars by Zagat, Billy Penn, Food & Wine Magazine, the James Beard Foundation and more. In the summer of 2015, the High Street Hospitality Group partnered with Plowshare Farms to create a local farm market in Old City, Philadelphia, and began vending its baked goods at farmers’ markets run by the Farm to City organization. The success of its concept and support both in and outside the city led to the opening of a New York offshoot, High Street on Hudson, in December of 2015.

Farm to City

Farm to City is a Philadelphia- based program whose goal is to unite communities, families, and farmers year-round through good locally grown food.

Farm to City envisions a city connected to its region through its farmers and their crops, a city rich with healthful and flavorful food choices – at outdoor markets, grocery stores, restaurants, and schools.

Farm to City sees a region where the sustainable family farm is economically successful and a force to preserve our vanishing countryside.

The Food Trust

The Food Trust, in partnership with Get Healthy Philly, operates more than 25 farmers’ markets in Philadelphia, including Clark Park Farmers’ Market, Philly’s oldest year-round market, and Headhouse Farmers’ Market, the city’s largest outdoor market. Many of The Food Trust’s farmers’ markets are located in neighborhoods that otherwise lack access to healthy foods; these markets accept SNAP (food stamp) benefits and Philly Food Bucks to make fruits and vegetables more affordable to everyone.


Philly FoodWorks

Philly FoodWorks unites producers and consumers in order to increase access to good food for all Philadelphia residents while supporting the business of producers that care about their craft and the communities in which they work.

Plowshare Farm

The Plowshare Farm at Iron Bridge is located in Tinicum Township, in Upper Bucks County. Teddy and Faith Moynihan raise vegetables, fruit trees and lambs on land that has supported generations of farmers before them. Teddy and Faith moved from Philadelphia in 2014, and have found fertile ground in Upper Bucks, recently welcoming the birth of their first child, Clement. His arrival reaffirmed their commitment to leaving the land better than they found it. A program of composting, cover cropping and remineralization ensures continued crops of highly nutritious food.


Greener Partners

Greener Partners is a nonprofit organization dedicated to healthier communities through food, farms and education. We use a full-circle, seed to plate approach that encompasses gardening education, food access, healthy eating, and support of the local food economy based out of our organic farms. Last year, we engaged young people in our innovative Farm Explorer programs more than 10,000 times and donated over 11,000 pounds of fresh produce.


Mycopolitan began in October 2014 using sustainable methods to produce Trumpet, Nameko, Pom Pom, Pioppino, and Shiitake mushrooms in a North Philly warehouse basement that runs entirely on renewable energy. Our customers include many of Philadelphia’s top restaurants, Penn dining halls, local CSA members, and now Saul High School students thanks to a grant through the National Farm to School Network. We assist fledgling environmentalists and farmers with expertise and materials and strive to teach the next generation of scientists and nature lovers how to work and play with Fungi. Mycopolitan’s farmers challenge themselves to expand the way we collectively think about food, medicine, community and ecology through the ever-inspiring lens of mycology. Mushrooms are a staple of Pennsylvania agriculture, and Mycopolitan is Philly’s mushroom farm.