Join the CSA

Who we are
Founded in 2009 by the Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage (ERUEV), Urban Earth Farms provides shares of vegetables for up to 45 families through our Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA). CSA Shareholders receive a weekly share every Saturday morning from May – November. Pick up is between 10 am & Noon at our greenhouse at 824 Enright Avenue.

How we work
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) means our food is grown and financially-supported by our shareholders.  Most CSAs are created by forming a contract between a farmer and a group of people who pay in advance for the crops the farmer grows. In addition to providing food for full paying shareholders, we offer a CSA Workshare Program. We provide our working shareholders with in-depth, hands-on training in urban farming, and in exchange, workers receive a weekly share of the bounty. Limited number of 10 workshares are available.

Our veggies taste the best because they’re local & freshly harvested in-season.  Shares will include: Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Chard, Collards, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Garlic, Fresh Herbs, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Onions, Peas, Green Beans, Hot & Sweet Peppers, Potatoes, Salad Greens, Winter & Summer Squash, Heirloom & Red Tomatoes, Turnips, and More.

Becoming a Shareholder
A CSA share feeds 2-3 people, May – November (27 weeks)

  • $550 per share
  • Limited number of 10 workshare positions for 2017
  • Working shareholders complete 4 hours of farm work per week during the season.
  • Partial working shareholders pay $225 & complete 2 hours of farm work per week during the season.

Email inquiries & workshare requests to Ashley at

Payment Plan

  • 1st payment due upon sign up
  • 2nd payment due Saturday, May 6 (first share pick up)
  • 3rd payment due Saturday, June 17
  • Sign Up Here or Make a Payment Here, or send a check with your contact information (payable to ERUEV CSA) to P.O. Box 5206 Cincinnati, OH 45205

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We are always looking for committed people to help us with administrative needs like marketing, grant writing, writing our newsletter, helping with plant sales, and more. Send us an email to let us know about your skills and talents!

Benefits of membership include social events, including potlucks, a weekly email newsletter, and information about preparing, preserving, and storing what we’ve grown.

Harvest goodies

Harvest goodies

Shareholders also have the opportunity to learn new farm and garden methods, tool use, and greenhouse operation, as well as skills in composting, harvesting, pest management, and soil and bed preparation.

Shareholders enjoy eating well and have the satisfaction of knowing what they are eating has been grown locally and sustainably.

Sign Up Here or Make a Payment Here

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