What is a CSA? A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a direct farm-to-consumer program that provides you with the freshest local vegetables possible each week based on what is growing seasonally It’s a great way to try and eat more veggies and to eat seasonally as you will simply get whatever is in abundance at harvest time.

What is in it for you? A box of farm fresh, certified organic produce every Tuesday beginning on June 4, 2019. The 6-8 items in the weekly box (which will feed 2-3 person family) will change as the seasons change, depending upon availability.

Who are the farmers? Rolling Fork Organic Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in the hills of Central Kentucky near Danville. Rolling Fork has been certified organic for 10 years. They’re currently working with the Natural Resource Conservation Service to increase sustainability & conservation practices on the farm.

What does it cost? The whole season- 20 weeks of fresh, organic produce- costs $550 which breaks down to $27.50 per week.

Logistics. You may sign-up at any time for a full season (June-October), deadline to register is June 1st. Each week a box of fresh organic produce will be delivered to the Rainbow Blossom nearest you. Please return your box each week, or bring a bag to take your CSA home. If your CSA is not picked up within 24 hours, we cannot guarantee it will still be available.



Ready to sign up? You have 2 easy options.

In Store. Please download the application here, and turn it in at any Rainbow Blossom location with either a credit/debit card payment or a check made out to Rainbow Blossom.


Online. Complete the application online. Click on the link below to sign up today! 



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Customer Testimonials

“It always feels like veggie Christmas on Tuesdays!”

 “This is the first time I have CSA, and I love it a lot. Thank you.”

“Thanks! Love the CSA!”

“We are enjoying our subscription!  Everything tastes great!”

 “I hate the weeks I have to miss. I have tried some great new recipes, based on what I receive, in my box.”