Welcome to the High Altitude Harvest CSA!
Our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) provides the food-lovers of Plumas County with delicious, locally grown produce. High Altitude Harvest members receive a weekly share of produce straight from small-scale, Plumas County farmers. Our CSA works with multiple farms so members get the best variety of mountain-grown produce our region has to offer.
What's a CSA?
We like to think of Community Supported Agriculture as a partnership between farmers and eaters. Members reserve their shares in the spring, letting the farmers know that they have a secure market for summer growing season. Our farmers plant a variety of crops - based on CSA member feedback - providing members with fresh, delicious, super-good-for-you produce all season long.
Our Philosophy in a Nutshell
We believe that the quality of the food people eat directly affects their wellbeing. We believe that farmers do valuable work and should be fairly compensated for growing good food. We believe that soil, bugs, air, and water should all benefit from farm practices. And finally, we believe that there is satisfaction in knowing that the food we grow creates delicious meals, a thriving local economy, and vibrant landscapes. Eat up!
Upcoming Harvest - Sept 30th
This is our last regular Summer Share pick up for the season! Thanks for being such great locavore eaters!
2015 Shares are Sold Out!
But we'd love it if you contact us to get on our waiting list for next year.
New Fall Share!
Our farmers are fired up to add a new Fall Share this season! We'll be offering 4-week Full and Half shares for the month of October for 40 members at our Quincy pick up site. Hooray for an extended season!
Note: You can sign up for a Fall Share even if you're not a Summer Share member.
New Flower Share!
Thanks to Michele at the Dawn Gardens members can now opt to receive a weekly share of gorgeous blooms in addition to their produce shares! Learn more on our Types of Shares page.