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  What is a CSA?

What Is a CSA?

CSA stands for "Community Supported Agriculture." CSAs are a way for farms and the community to mutually support each another. The CSA model helps get income to farms when costs are high in the spring and supports the farm to focus on growing food for their members.


By subscribing to a Brady Farm CSA share, you help to sustain the farm, you receive regular farm-fresh produce, and you save money. Subscriptions are called "shares" because members share the benefits and risks, and are given a voice in what is grown at the farm.

What We Grow

  CSA Share Options

Share Options

 Spring Weekly Box ($15 per week)
  Available Year-round

  • You'll receive 5-6 items grown by the Brady Farm. Think greens, spinach, peas and spring onions.

  • This option is great for those who are new to CSAs and would like to try it out, or can't commit to the full season. 

  • Home delivery Saturdays ONLY starting May 7

 Summer to Fall

 Farmstand Share ($330 for the 20 week season)
  Available June-October for 20 weeks, or 10 wks for $165

  • Choose up to 6 produce items of your choice at either of our farm stands. So if you really need that lemon, we'll have you covered. 

  • Available for 10 or 20 weeks. Choose one of our three farmstands as a pick-up location.

 Summer Share ($450 for 20 weeks, $275 for 10 weeks)
  Available June-October for 10 or 20 weeks

  • Fresh produce grown locally right here in Syracuse by the Brady Farm. Receive 7-12 items with every CSA share. One item per week will be highlighted from another local, organic farm. 

  • Available for pick-up Wednesdays at group locations and Brady Farm and Saturday at Brady Farm. Home Delivery is also available.

 Grocer's Box ($450 for 20 weeks, $225 for 10 weeks)
  Available June-October

  • 7-12 items in each box will come from a combination of Brady Farm, other local farms, and conventional items. It's the best of both worlds, lemon with your kale salad, and bananas with your green smoothie. Not all items will be organic. 

  • Available for pick-up Wednesdays at group locations and Brady Farm and Saturday at Brady Farm. Home Delivery is also available.

Pangaea's Box ($350 for 20 wks)   

  • An average of 6 six items per box, with enough of each item to feed 4-6 people.  Items will include a combination of onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, cooking greens, peppers, tomatoes, squash, beans, okra, eggplant, cucumber, radish, citrus, and herbs.

  • Most of the items will come from Brady Farm and other local farms (including organic and conventional), as well as non-local items in order to include out-of-season produce, e.g. potatoes in June. 

  Payment Options

  • You can sign up through our online store or by contacting us through email or phone.

Payment by check or cash is preferred if possible. You can also use your debit card or credit card through our online store. Payment in full is requested whenever possible however we understand this is not an option for many people.


Paying by Check or Cash?

Please mail checks made out to:

               Brady Farm

404 South Ave, Syracuse, NY 13204


  • Installment Plan Option: If you would like to pay by installments we can work out a payment plan that works for you.

  Pick-Up Locations


  • Brady Farm - 150 Ford Ave., 8 am - 4 pm

  • DeWitt Home - 10 am - 6pm

  • Eastwood Home - 11 am - 6 pm

  • Manlius Home - 2 pm - 6pm

  • St Mary's, Baldwinsville - 12 - 6 pm

  • Westcott Area Home - 9 am - 6 pm

Home Delivery is Available

within 5 miles of the farm

on Wednesdays.

If you are outside our delivery zone

please get in touch to

see if we can make it work!

Pickup locations


  • Brady Farm (8 am - 1 pm)

  Sign Up for a Share

Sign Up
  • You can sign up through our online store.

  • You can also sign up by giving us a call at (315) 420-4521.

  • Have any questions? Reach out to us by email:

 Becoming a Member of the CSA

  • By subscribing to the Brady Farm CSA, customers pledge to support the farm and staff by making timely payments and communicating changes in advance. Subscribers pledge to support the farm even if the weather or other unforeseen events limit crop availability. While the Brady Farmers will work diligently to protect crops and reduce risks, CSA members pledge to accept the risks of farming and the variability that comes with it.

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