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 Gift Guide – Charitable Organizations

    Tis the season for giving, and we are concluding our 2014 CSA Gift Guide with a list of nonprofits connected to Community Supported Agriculture. Please consider supporting these organizations with a charitable contribution or donating on behalf of a friend or loved one as a gift. Thanks! Adelante Mujeres provides holistic education and empowerment opportunities […]

  • CSA Gift Guide – Holiday Markets & Farm Stores

    We continue our CSA Gift Guide with holiday markets and farm stores to fill your pantry and your gift baskets. Lents International Farmers Market’s Winter Stock-Up Market Sunday, December 7th, noon-3pm  Held at the New Copper Penny, SE 92nd & Woodstock Adjacent to the Lents Neighborhood’s “Put A Goat On It” holiday bazaar, LIFM’s first winter […]

  • CSA Gift Guide – Products from Local Farmers

    You can support local CSA farmers through your holiday gift giving. The Portland Area CSA Coalition created this guide to connect you with sustainable, local gifts. From kids camps to beautiful wreaths, you are likely to find something for every age and interest, especially if they’re interested in food. We also have included a section to […]

The CSA Gift Guide is Here!


Wreaths - photos by Pixelegacy

Wreaths and Bird Feeders from Pumpkin Ridge Gardens and La Finquita Del Buho, photos by

You can support Community Supported Agriculture and local farmers while making everyone on your shopping list happy this holiday season. From wreaths and bird feeders made by local farmers to sample CSA shares to kids’ camps, you’ll find something for all ages. We’re also including nonprofits connected to CSA that would appreciate your support this year. To make the guide easy to read, we’ve divided the CSA Gift Guide into three sections: Products from Local Farmers, Holiday Markets & Farm Stores, and Charitable Organizations that support farmers. You can also find the whole guide here.