Farmshare & Market

Building Bridges to Healthy Eating

The Community, Raised, Inspired & Sourced Produce (C.R.I.S.P.) Farmshare and Market is an affordable membership program that provides weekly produce from our farmer's market. C.R.I.S.P. will begin on Saturday, May 16th, from 10am-2pm and run until early November!

Support Community Farmers and Growers 

Thank you for your interest in the C.R.I.S.P. CSA and Farmshare.  Due to COVID-19, we will be running the CSA ONLY during the Spring Session and will continue the open Market in the Summer!

Summer Session – July 11th – August 22nd –  REGISTRATION CLOSED!!
Fall Session – Sept 12th – Nov 7th


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 pay an income-based fee and receive access to a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs and value-added products (like Ward 8 Honey!) at our Saturday Farmer’s markets.  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.

Who are the Farmers?

Local women farmers and farmers of color!  All of the produce at our C.R.I.S.P. Market and Farmshare is 100% Organic!  Anything that is not grown directly from our BBAR Farm network is sourced from small-scale farms within 50 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 contact our Farm Director Dom Hosack –