Community Supported Agriculture
What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the best way to buy local food directly from a farmer.
Think of it as the original meal-kit.
You purchase a “share” and become a farm “member.” The farm delivers a box of vegetables regularly throughout the growing season.
How does it work?
Quinta’s CSA members receive 20 front-door deliveries, June-October. All of the food is grown at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute in East Troy, Wisconsin. You get things like Lettuce, Carrots, Beets, Tomatoes, Spinach, Basil, Onions, and other things that come and go with the Wisconsin growing season.
More information about our delivery area.
The cost for our CSA includes front-door delivery. Our delivery area includes the following zip codes:
Milwaukee East Side and North Shore (53211, 53212, 53202, 53217)
Milwaukee other (53208, 53207, 53233, 53215, 53220, 53219, 53214, 53227, 53215)
Wauwatosa (53213, 53226, 53222)
Brookfield, Elm Grove, Waukesha, New Berlin and Hales Corners (53045, 53005, 53122, 53186, 53151, 53130)
East Troy and Elkhorn (53120, 53121)
Note: We may be willing to expand our delivery area if you live near one of the zip codes above, or if multiple houses are interested in signing up. Please contact us directly by email or phone if you have any questions.
Donate a full CSA subscription to someone in need.
In 2020 we donated 4 CSA subscriptions to Casa Maria Hospitality House in Milwaukee. Casa Maria takes in homeless women, families, asylees and refugees to be part of their community during transitional times. Healthy fresh food can be the highlight of someone's week, a plug for kids to learn about food, or simply a reason to get up and do something in the kitchen. We felt so good giving fresh produce to these wonderful people and we plan to continue giving in 2021.