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About PFC’s CSA:

Providence Farm Collective is now accepting sign-ups for the 2024 Summer CSA!  Please see below for details.

What is a CSA?

Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a system in which farmers partner with community members to provide a local source of fresh produce.  Community members that buy a CSA share receive a variety of freshly picked farm produce weekly throughout the growing season.

At PFC your CSA share will consist of crops grown by many different farmers including your standard NY favorites and crops representative of PFC’s culturally diverse farmers.

Why Choose PFC’s CSA?

Our CSA is unique in that we support beginning & underserved farmers in accessing land, education, and markets to build their farm business!  Our farmers come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, and most have a strong agricultural heritage in their country of birth.  PFC’s farmers love to farm!  Despite nearly all of our farmers having full time jobs off-farm, they are farming in their off-time to build food-security within the community, to grow culturally important crops, and to earn supplemental income.


Price: $500
Duration: 18 weeks

Printable Sign Up Form and Check Payment – $500

Sign Up & Pay Online – $500 + $15 credit processing fee

Pickup Options:

Pickup Options (choose one):

  • Mondays from 3-7pm* on the farm, 5701 Burton Rd, Orchard Park
  • Saturdays from 10am-2pm at the PFC Farmers Market, 130 Grant St, Buffalo

*Can’t make it by 6pm?  We can leave your share out and labeled for pickup Monday evening

Farm pickup features a market-style share with lots of choice in what produce members get to take home.  Members who choose farm pickup will also gain access to a You-Pick plot of vegetables and flowers, new in 2024!

PFC Farmers Market pickup is quick and easy.  Shares will be prepackaged and ready to grab.  Members get the benefit of visiting PFC’s lively farmers market each week!

Example CSA Shares

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