The Office of Sustainability and Human Resources have partnered with Local Farmer CSA to provide a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to the WashU community. Staff, faculty, and students on all campuses (and anyone else interested in becoming a CSA member) are invited to sign-up as a CSA member to receive a weekly or bi-weekly crop box filled with locally grown produce, meat, cheeses, and/or other artisan goods.

Community Supported Agriculture programs provide a convenient and affordable way for community members to access fresh, healthy and seasonal food while supporting and connecting with local farmers.

Crop Box Options

Participants purchase a farm share when signing-up, and in return, receive a weekly or bi-weekly box of locally grown items based on the type of Crop Box selected.

Options include:

  • Student Box – $20 per box. This box is exclusively for students!
  • Farm Share Box – $29.99 per box.
  • Build Your Own Box – $40+ per box.
    This box is fully customizable. All you have to do is spend a minimum of $40. You can add and drop items each week using the online farmers market.

You can cancel or put your account on hold at any time. New participants will be charged a one-time $15 registration fee.

Pickup Times & Locations

Program adjustments

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the CSA pick-up is down to one location and one day a week for all WashU members: Wydown Middle School, 6500 Wydown Blvd, Clayton, MO 63105 from 3pm to 5pm on Wednesdays.

Crop Boxes can be picked up weekly or bi-weekly across multiple campuses:

  • [on hold] Danforth Campus, every other Wednesday, 4-6p.
    Box distribution is located on the parking lot between the Alumni House and Music Library, across Forsyth from the DUC.
  • [on hold] West Campus, every other Wednesday, 4-6p.
    Box distribution is located on the parking lot behind the 7509 Forsyth building in Clayton.
  • [on hold] School of Medicine, every Thursday during the Farmers Market, 10a-2p.
    Box distribution takes place at the Local Farmer CSA stand at the School of Medicine’s farmers’ market.

Contact Dave at (314) 281-6390 if you need to confirm dates & locations.