Community Supported Agriculture


What is CSA?

The Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program is a subscription at Cobblestone Farms. CSA is a way to support your farmer and buy local. Payment is up front for a share or membership in the season, and in return you receive fresh organic produce and farm fresh organic eggs.  Cobblestone farms is dedicated to the production of naturally grown produce, safe for their members and the environment. 

Our CSA is unique! When you purchase a CSA subscription you provide fresh veggies and eggs to a family in need in the NWA Community! Partners this year receiving CSA boxes include Springdale Schools Pre-K families and Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Bentonville.

With the incredible support from the Walmart Foundation Northwest Arkansas Giving Grant, Cobblestone Farms was able to donate 19,031 pounds of produce and 228 eggs to hunger relief in 2017! 

The state of  Arkansas was recognized for Cobblestone Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture model.  Sign up for CSA today!

What does my subscription include?

What’s in the box?

  • Dozen Farm Fresh Organic Eggs

  • $22-$25 value Organic vegetables

  • CSA exclusive Cooking Class at Brightwater

  • Monthly Recipe Card from Brightwater Chef

New This Year!

  • 3 Session structure to give you more options!

  • Brightwater specialty items in CSA Box

Session 1: May 4th - July 6th (Total of 10 weeks = $275)

Session 2: July 13th - September 14th (Total of 10 weeks = $275)

Session 3: September 28th - October 26th. (Total of 5 weeks = $137.50) Featuring lovely fall veggies.

 *This schedule skips Sept 20th & 21st due to the Annual Harvest Party Fundraising event

Vegan (No Eggs) options available.

Other CSA goodies include; monthly recipe cards, an August cooking class at Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food, a Smaller CSA box for your carrying convenience, plus a few more surprises!

Subscriptions can be picked up every Saturday in Bentonville at the Cobblestone Farm Farmers Market stand  or every Friday at the farm in Fayetteville.