The Portland Area CSA Coalition (PACSAC) connects consumers and farmers through Community Supported Agriculture. We help people find the right farm for their family, and we help farmers create sustainable, thriving businesses. We believe a vibrant, environmentally sound local food system is created by building relationships between farmers and households through healthy, accessible, local food.

Portland CSA News

PACSAC connects you to fresh food directly from local farmers. Our farmers deliver food to Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties. Here's some news about them.

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  • CSA Share Fair: Spring Starts Here

    Join the Portland Area CSA Coalition and Ecotrust on March 21, the spring equinox, to celebrate CSA and spring. Meet 30+ CSA farmers, taste spring greens, and join in chef demos, farmer matchmaking, a cookbook swap, kid’s games, and more. And it’s FREE! More details to come, but mark your calendars today! CSA Share Fair March […]

  • Your Kids WILL Eat their Vegetables…

    but it could take a while. Even with 15 years of CSA cooking experience, my six year old will turn down everything but the carrots and mashed potatoes. There is hope as I learned from a recent conversation with Shari Raider the farmer (and mom) behind Sauvie Island Organics. Shari picks up a CSA share every […]

  • A Lot of Love for CSA

    This month, we asked CSA members to share Valentines or love letters to there favorite farm. The response was wonderful, and, well, full of love for CSA. We wanted to share some of the letters and photographs with you. Happy Valentine’s Day, Pumpkin Ridge Gardens! It means a lot to me to know our 9-month-old […]

February 28 is National CSA Sign-up Day

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On February 28th, we are joining with CSA farmers from across the country to celebrate National CSA Sign-up Day. Right now is an important time of year for farmers to sign up new members because they are in the process of making the investments that will result in a successful harvest many months from now. Your membership is an investment in your farm, your CSA. It’s also an investment in your health, in your local economy, in clean water and healthy soil – and the vegetables taste really good too.

Our farms connect with communities from Corbett to Forest Grove, Rockwood to St. Johns, Hillsdale to Hillsboro. Check out our list of CSAs to find farms in your area, and email us with your questions. We’re here to help you find your farmer.