Community Supported Agriculture

Luscher Farm & 47th Avenue Winter CSA

Community Supported Agriculture(CSA) is a partnership between a farmer and consumers who invest in each other. It is an innovative and resourceful strategy to connect local farmers with local customers, develop a sense of community and stay true to our rural roots. 

Members pay a fee at the beginning of the growing season to meet the farm's operating expenses. In return, they receive portions of the farm's produce throughout the season. 

Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation has teamed up with Laura Masterson, owner of 47th Avenue Farms, to provide our community with an opportunity to receive healthy, organically grown vegetables. The Winter CSA harvest starts in the beginning of November and continues through April. Members come to Luscher Farm twice a month on Thursday evenings to pick up their shares of produce. At each pick up you receive at least 8-10 different vegetables and herbs. Sign up for a full or half share now!

To register for a Winter half share click HERE.

To register for a Winter 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.