Community Supported Agriculture

Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation has teamed up with Laura Masterson of 47th Avenue Farms to provide the community with local and sustainably grown vegetables. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farmer and local consumers. Shareholders pay a fee at the beginning of the growing season to meet the farm’s expenses for the upcoming season. In return, they receive a portion of the farm’s produce throughout the season. 

Sign up for 47th Ave Farm's Winter CSA Share now! Purchase a share for the winter growing season and receive 8-10 different vegetables and herbs twice a month from November through April. Members come to the farm to pick up their shares every other Thursday evening starting November 3rd. Pro-rated shares will also be available. 
To register for a Summer half share click HERE.
To register for a Summer whole share, click HERE.
If you’ve been tempted by the fresh, delicious, local veggies only a CSA can provide, but want to see what it’s like before committing to the whole season, 47th Ave Farm offers a single-pickup Try It Out share. It’s the same amazing produce we offer to our half share members, but just one pickup’s worth.
You can register for a Try it out Share HERE.