2021 CSA

A lot of work goes into farming before anything comes out of the field. Investing in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) allows our farm the ability to order materials, improve infrastructure, and coordinate for the season ahead.

The CSA model is a crucial element in keeping small, organic farmers in the business. A mutaully beneficial model, CSAs allow you guaranteed access to the freshest produce at a discounted rate.

You can now purchase your share through our web store! Please, be sure to fill out the CSA Member Form in tandem with fulfilling your order through our store. Carefully read through this page and then hop on over to the shop, complete payment, and the CSA google-doc form.

Pricing and Pick-Up

25 Weeks

May 22nd to Nov 6th

Folks Family Share: $550

about $23/week

Our recommended share. We offer this share with a 7% bonus in vegetable spending, which equates to approximately 2 weeks extra of vegetables throughout the season. 

Single Folks Share: $350

about $14/week

Half of the Family share with enough vegetables for an individual.We offer a 5% bonus with this share, which equates to approximately a week of extra vegetables throughout the season.

Working Folks Share: 4 hours

Volunteer on our farm and go home with veggies! We request consistency from our volunteers with weekly shifts.


Wednesdays: 4-6 pm

on-site @ Folks Farm in North Fort Collins

801 Inverness Road, Fort Collins

Saturdays: 9 am-1 pm 

@ the Larimer County Farmers Market

Downtown Fort Collins

Wednesday to Friday: noon - 6 pm

Saturday-Sunday: 10 am - 4 pm 

@ Folks Farm Stand, 2917 South Taft Hill Road, Fort Collins

Click the buttons below to fill out your member form and purchase your CSA share through our web store.

What to expect


At pick-up:

Our CSA is designed to maximize your choices in produce throughout the season.

You will receive a pre-loaded Folks Farm Gift Card valid until November 6th and you'll be able to add extra to your balance if you wish.

Generally, we recommend an amount to spend each week for both your benefit and our ease of harvest/stocking, however, you will be able to use as much of your balance on any given day as you need. You're planning to can tomatoes in July? Awesome! Spend extra on a ton tomatoes!

Expect shares to be lighter in the spring, grow more bountiful as the season progresses, and come down again in the fall--eating with the seasons is an experience.

Most weeks will be fully customizable, however circumstances can change, in which case we will let you know if your share will be pre-packed. For example, a blizzard.

We require you to choose a location for pick-up so that we can be prepared and consistent. With a minimum of 24 hour notice we can accommodate a switch to a different day. 

Mid-to-late season Family Share example:

1 bunch kale or chard

1 bunch dill or cilantro

.5 pound Hearts and Souls Salad mix or arugula

1 pound carrots or beets

1 pint peppers

1 pint cherry tomatoes or 2 slicer tomatoes

1 summer squash

1 onion or garlic head

Single Folks Share example:

1 bunch kale or chard

1 bunch dill or cilantro

1/2 pound Salad Mix or spinach 

1 pint peppers or cherry tomatoes


Why Choose a Folks Farm CSA?

Local Food comes from Local Seed.

Here at Folks Farm we practice bioregional adaptation. By using selection processes throughout the growing cycle we select plants better suited to our unique local growing conditions. We then bring these selected plants to full maturity and harvest their seeds. 

Plants bred for vigor more effectively mine nutrients from the soil, directly translating in higher nutrient density in the food you eat. In combination with our regenerative growing practices you can be assured you receive the highest quality produce possible. 

Your support of seed saving and regenerative farming builds resilience in your body, your community, and helps heal our world. 

Veggies We Grow

Over 70 varieties of...



Tomatoes, Tomatillios, Cucumbers, Snap Beans, Peppers, Eggplant, Summer Squash, Melons, Winter Squash



Lettuce, Kale, Chicories, Chard, Mustard Greens, Bok Choi, Arugula, Spinach, Cilantro, Dill, Parsley 


Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Radishes, Onions, Garlic, Radishes