Farmshare & Market

Building Bridges to Healthy Eating

This is your place for fresh, locally-grown, affordable fruits and vegetables!
Our farmers market is Saturdays, 10:00am-2:00pm from June to November.
You can get the best value for your money by joining our CSA.

Support Community Farmers and Growers 

FARMERS MARKET and CSA pick-up Saturdays 10am – 2pm, June to November

We accept cash, credit, debit, EBT/SNAP, WIC, Senior FMNP and Produce Plus.



Registration for our 2023 CSA season will open in May.

Got questions?  We have answers.

Farmers Market and CSA 2023 Dates

Spring Session June 10 – July 22

Summer Session August 5 – September 16

Fall Session September 30 – November 11

What is the C.R.I.S.P CSA program?

The C.R.I.S.P. CSA or Community Supported Agriculture program is a member-based program where community residents sign up for a weekly bag of fruits, vegetables, herbs and value-added products (like salad dressing and jam).  Pricing is on a sliding-scale and we offer different share sizes (single or family) depending on how much produce you would like to receive.


If your household makes less than $55,000/year:
Individuals* – just $5/week
Families – $10/week

If your household makes more than $55,000/year:
Individuals – $25/week
Families – $30/week

*Select an Individual membership if you don’t cook much or live with 3 or fewer people. We recommend selecting a Family membership if you cook for 4 or more people or eat a plant-rich diet.

Who are the Farmers?

Local women farmers and farmers of color!   Anything that is not grown directly from our BBAR Farm network is sourced from small-scale farms within 150 miles of Washington DC with a priority on black/brown-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned farms.

For more information about the C.R.I.S.P. Farmshare and Market check out our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact our Farmer’s Market Manager – Jahni Threatt –