CSAThe Case Western Reserve University Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program has officially launched for its fourth season. 

A CSA allows community members to invest in local farms and receive fresh produce in return. Better yet, when shareholders join, they support the university’s farm, located just 10 miles east of main campus.

At the CWRU Farm, the staff is committed to growing only organic (chemical-free, non-GMO) products.

The CSA will run from mid-June to late October. New this year, shareholders can sign up online and can also sign up for one month at a time. To read more about the program and to claim your spot, visit students.case.edu/farm/food/farmcsa.html.

Sign up before Jan. 31 to receive free bags for the season—a $10 savings.