heirloom tomatoes at Harvest Valley

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs allow individuals and households the opportunity to participate in the success of an area farm by pledging to support its operations through produce subscriptions.  Typically running from late spring through fall, shareholders receive a weekly allotment of freshly harvested fruits, vegetables, and herbs, with some programs also extending eggs, dairy, meats, honey, baked goods, or other possible add-ons. Specifics vary from one farm to another, with some offering biweekly options or multiple size packages. 

Websites are linked below as available.

This list is a work in progress, and will be revised whenever new information is available- check back for updates!  If you know of or have a CSA not listed here, please reach out to us at and we’ll add it as quickly as we can!

the team at Blackberry Meadows Farm

Blackberry Meadows Farm is currently accepting CSA membership purchases through their website.  This certified organic farm focuses on creating the most nutritional produce possible, looking to permaculture, biodynamics, and sustainable best practices to inform their methods. 

Pickup begins in June at their Natrona Heights location on Wednesdays, or the Northside Farmers’ Market on Fridays. If picking up at the farm, you can tour the gardens and visit barnyard animals. 

Full and half share memberships are available, with supplements of pork, poultry, eggs, honey, and Mediterra bread. A Garden Share plant & seed subscription is also offered.

selections from Blue Goose Farm, late 2023

Blue Goose Farm offers a 16 week subscription now available online. With over twenty years of growing and selling at farmers’ markets, they’ve participated in CSAs since 2008. All products start from seed in their greenhouses, and are grown chemical-free,

The first week of June they’ll have packages available for pickup in 16 locations throughout Blair, Cambria, and Indiana counties. 

Full and half memberships are available. 

Blueming Gardens offers a year round egg share, with add-ons of baked goods, plants, and produce available when in season.  Pick up is available on the farm, with delivery in the Huntingdon and State College area. Subscriptions are extremely flexible and tailored to each individual’s needs.

some bounty from Brenckle’s

Brenckle’s Farm is a certified organic, sustainable greenhouse and farm that’s been operational for almost 75 years. Three different CSA packages are available, with online ordering opening soon. 

Pickup is available at the Zelienople farm itself, and additional pickup locations will include the Cranberry YMCA, Franklin Park YMCA, Hons’ Greenhouse on Babcock Boulevard, and Pittsburgh Fitness. 

All CSA packages are produce; if picking up onsite, the greenhouse features bedding annuals, potted annuals, hanging baskets, perennials, houseplants, succulents, and veg starters. 

Burch Farms Country Market and Winery is a seventh-generation farm offering 20-week full or half shares or 10 week half shares, beginning with strawberry season in June. 

Currently pickup is set for Wednesday at their Farm Market location in North East, PA, pick-ups will be available at satellite farmers’ markets but those are still in planning stages. Additionally, delivery in other nearby areas could be possible if demand allows. 

The farm focuses on apples, grapes, and peaches, and sources other produce from neighboring farms.  They also make wine,  with a bottle supplement option for subscriptions, and cider, which can be purchased from their market if picking up onsite.  Their onsite bakery features both sweet and savory homemade treats, and a baked good add-on is a CSA option as well.

Dillner Family Farm is open year round for meat and prepared foods, and operates a 20 week CSA from June to October. 

Pick-up is offered at the Gibsonia farm itself on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays; Wednesday additionally offers pick-up in Mount Lebanon; Thursday pick-up options include locations in Bellevue, Squirrel Hill, Point Breeze, and Wexford. 

Two sizes of weekly shares are available, with large shares also available biweekly. Weekly and biweekly egg shares are also offered. If you’re picking up at the farm itself, you can also sign  up for a variety of meat packages that feature steak, roasts, pork, ribs, chicken, and sausages.

Dream Thyme Farm will begin distributing CSA packages in the first week of June, running through the end of October. 

Numerous drop off points for weekly subscription pickup will be located throughout the Northwest Pittsburgh area. 

Dream Thyme has a wide variety of heirloom and farm products, and additionally various gifts from the farm. 

To sign up or for more information, please  email

Edible Earth Farm has a unique CSA in that their subscription is an annual, rather than seasonal, package. 

The farm itself produces fruit, veg, herbs, ginger, turmeric, spices, pigs, chickens, and beef, and they additionally offer multiple items from other sources, including canned goods, dry goods, and prepared foods. 

Delivery area includes Pittsburgh, Sewickley, and Grove City.

Freedom Farms hosts dinners, parties, weddings, live music, goat yoga, seasonal festivals, operates the Farm-To-Fork Kitchen in Butler, and and a CSA program with multiple options. 

You can choose between a produce, meat, or dairy share, with a Full Season package running from May to October, or Fall Season from August to October.  There’s additionally a premium produce option designed for 4-5 people, while the regular subscription is meant for 2-3. 

Pick-up is available on the farm itself in Valencia, plus locations in Bloomfield, Aspinwall, Butler, Tarentum, and Allison Park.  

Garfield Community Farm are early birds with no worms detected offering a 6-week spring program through April and May, with greenhouse grown selections like salad mixes, micro greens, onions, radishes, and more.  They additionally offer an 18 week, June to October subscription, with half-shares available. 

Either are for pick-up only at their Negley Avenue location, and both feature organically-grown produce from this small, urban garden. 

Additionally they have community space available, host special events like live performances and drawing sessions, and offer a WorkShare program granting CSA shares in exchange for labor.  

Haffey Family Farm began with a concentration on garlic almost a decade ago and has since expanded to generate multiple GMO-free fruits and vegetables using environmentally friendly methods. 

Pick-up  includes locations in Bellevue, Chippewa, Beaver, Cranberry, Harmony, and Oakmont

Family or individual/couple portions are offered weekly or biweekly, and there’s also the option of a weekly/biweekly fruit share.

radishes at Harvest Valley

Harvest Valley Farm offers subscribers the option to self-select their produce on site from a farmers’ market stand at Dave’s Farm in Gibsonia. Pickup begins the first week of June, running through the end of October, with days and times throughout the week. 

The stand offers a large selection of produce, and offers beef and pork as choices or add-ons. 

Regular, large, and half share memberships are available, as well as a local creamery cheese share (!) featuring cheeses from independently owned PA creameries. But wait, there’s more- an organic shade grown coffee CSA in partnership with Building New Hope and El Porvenir Coffee Cooperative. 

The farm also has an onsite greenhouse, and a store with their own baked goods plus products from other purveyors.

Healthy Harvest Farm gives subscribers the opportunity to select all of their own produce at the Farm Market next to their Bellefonte location, additionally connecting more individually with the growers themselves, or in State College. 

Beginning in June, 22 week full shares and 11 week half shares are available. 

When the season begins to come to a close, current shareholders will be offered the option to extend into a Winter/ Spring share.

Lone Oak Farm offers a wide variety of farm share possibilities; most begin in June and continue through the end of September (the exception is the flower share, from August to September only.) 

Full shares are available, as well as half shares, and mix and match shares. In addition to the vegetable share,  there’s flowers, bread, premade meals, and ice cream. They also feature plenty of baked and canned goods on site, raise beef, offer dairy choices, and host events. 
Everything is in house at their Marion Center location. 

Mason Farms features a greenhouse, nursery, landscape design, country market, and CSA program  serving Erie, Lake City, and Edinboro.  

Small, medium, and large weekly shares are available, with a focus on vegetables, plus a bit of fruit. It’s an 18-week subscription, beginning in June. 

If picking up at the farm itself, you can also enjoy pick-your-own produce, fruit and gift baskets, and an amazing selection of flowers, plants, trees, and everything you need for your own garden.

Mother Earth Farm is a woman-owned farm run by twin sisters in Indiana, using organic practices; never spraying with pesticides, herbicides or using inorganic fertilizers.  They additionally offer a variety of educational programs for children in multiple age groups; hikes; and field trips

Weekly and biweekly shares are offered for on-farm pick-up, with egg and mushroom add-ons available. The structure is flexible with lots of wiggle room to accommodate needs and schedules.

Northwest PA Growers Co-Op gathers over a dozen farms and allows you to customize your membership with choices of organically grown fruits and vegetables, meats, maple syrup, honey, eggs, cheese, and milk. 

The 2024 season begins on June 12 and continues through November 24, with full season 24 week shares plus a 12 installment biweekly option. 

Pickups are available in Butler, Grove City, Hermitage, Meadville, Mercer, New Castle, Oil City, and Slippery Rock. In some areas along the delivery route, home delivery is available for an additional fee.

Old Road Farm produces eggs, beef, lamb, turkey, pork, veal, and chicken. 

Meat and egg shares can be picked up in Mount Lebanon, the Strip District, and at their Washington, PA farm. 

Egg shares are available in 2 or 4 dozen monthly allotments with yearly memberships; meat packages for the upcoming season are being finalized.

Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance unites over two dozen farms and producers to collect fruits, vegetables, eggs, cheese, flowers, grains, and preserved foods in a variety of packages beginning in April and running through fall, with anywhere from 6 to 32 week subscriptions. 

Pickup is available all over Pittsburgh, as well as in Aspinwall, Bridgeville, Clarion, Cranberry, Erie, Homestead, Monroeville, Moon, Ross, Sewickley, Wexford, and Zelienople. There’s numerous possibilities and a huge range of products; take a look to see what works best for you.

dahlia bouquet at Pond Hill Farm

Pond Hill Farm  is a certified naturally grown bio intensive market garden, free of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. They frequently use organic seeds and plants, and are always GMO free. 

Their CSA subscriptions run from June 17th to November 2nd, with weekly or biweekly options. Regular shares are available weekly or biweekly, with small shares available weekly.  Pickup is at Bellevue Farmers’ Market on Wednesdays, on the farm in Slate Lick on Thursdays,  and at the Butler City Farmers’ Market on Saturdays. 

In addition to the Vegetable CSA, they offer a Dahlia CSA beginning in late August/ early September (variable due to weather patterns affecting growing season), with a large bouquet of dahlias once weekly for four weeks.  

Post Apples Farm is in the 15th year of their CSA program, from a farm that began over a century ago in North East, Pa. 

Share availability begins around the third week of June and continues until the week prior to Thanksgiving, with pick-up available in multiple locations in Erie, PA, and Jamestown, NY.  Home delivery can additionally be scheduled within a similar area for a supplemental fee, or to workplaces if six or more people are participating. 

The Standard Membership receives the dealers’ choice, Have It My Way allows the subscription holder to make their own selections, and Coffee is a partnership with 19 Coffee with once a month, every other week, or weekly supplement.

Sarver’s Hill Farm starts early with a 24 week share from May 16th to October 31st, or 20 week share from June 6th to October 17th. This Greensburg institution is now in its 45th year, growing organic produce and raising free range chickens. 

Free range eggs and chickens from their own farm, dairy, beef and pork are also available. They additionally offer a volunteer program to get your own hands in the dirt in exchange for discounted items- or just do it to get closer to the agricultural process and better acquainted with the origins of your food. 

Pickup is on Thursdays at their farm or at their Latrobe drop site.

Stone Church Acres follows sustainable farm philosophy to grow a wide variety of produce, with special attention on multiple varietals of eggplants and hot peppers. 

Their CSA program offers 20 week full and half share subscription, as well as a 10 week half share. All subscriptions begin in early June. 

CSA pickup is available at their Finleyville farm on Fridays and Saturdays, with a farm stand also available for additional items to purchase separately.

Strawberry Lane Produce

Strawberry Lane Produce is a small family farm in Conneaut employing earth-friendly growing techniques including composting, mulching, and low-till/ no-till methods. 

Three share sizes featuring over 30 different varieties of vegetables are available, and each can be customized on a week-by-week basis. 

Signup is through Harvie, connecting individuals with farms for customized products.

Tiny Seed Farm uses organic techniques, eschews the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and employs minimal tillage for soil health at their Hampton Township farm, with opportunities for one-time or regular volunteering as well as work share programs. 

Their 20-week CSA subscriptions come in both large and small sizes, with a 10 week half share option for either.  Mushrooms and/or flowers from the farm are add-on possibilities, as are cheese from Goat Rodeo and bread from Driftwood Oven. 
Pick-up locations are in Lawrenceville, Troy Hill, Highland Park, Aspinwall, Squirrel Hill, Bellevue, Bloomfield, Sewickley, Mt Lebanon, North Side and Allison Park.  Home delivery can be arranged in some areas for an additional small fee.

Who Cooks For You Farm is a first generation family farm in Armstrong County dedicated to creating certified organic produce using sustainable practices, offering both Traditional and Market CSA shares. 

For the Traditional CSA, there’s multiple options to receive their selections. The Summer CSA is a 23 week subscription from May to October, with Small, Medium and Large packages weekly, and a biweekly 12 week option for Small. There’s also a 5 week Spring CSA (one size), and 7 week Fall CSA (Small, Medium, and Large.) Pick-up is at various locations in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Butler County, Beaver County, or at the farm itself. 

Coffee, mushroom, fruit, cheese, egg, and tortilla shares are possible add-ons. 

For the Market CSA, you visit the Squirrel Hill or Bloomfield Farmers’ Market and make your own selections. You’re welcome to attend when you like and choose the amounts you need, with an eGift Card charting your balance.