The Best CSA for Sacramento & San Francisco Areas

Year-Round Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts Grown Locally in Solano and Yolo County: Serving the Sacramento & San Francisco Areas

Community Supported Agriculture is a way in which people can directly support a small, local farm while getting a weekly supply of fresh, organically grown products. For city dwellers, becoming a CSA member provides a connection with nature, a convenient, safe, and reliable source for healthy, high quality vegetables.

Each week, Terra Firma subscribers receive a box of freshly picked, organic, seasonal produce. Each week's box is carefully designed to provide you with a week's worth of fruit and vegetables. Click here to find out more about Terra Firma Farm and Community Supported Agriculture

About Us

Terra Firma Farm is a 200-acre CCOF-certified organic farm in Winters, California, that has been growing vegetables and ...

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What’s Growing

We farm a number of sites along the north and south banks of Putah Creek totaling about 200 acres. Micro climates and ...

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Farm Photos

Terra Firma, rare among California farms today, is as much about people as it is about produce. ...

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Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change is Everyone’s Problem

For decades, any time the media discussed farming and climate change, agriculture was addressed as a culprit to be blamed for its contribution. This put farmers dealing with the daily realities of a changing climate on the defensive. Instead of … Continue reading

An Update: LNU Fire Relief Fundraiser

Alicia here, to announce that you, our CSA members, raised a total of $10,640 for our olive oil producer and beekeeper, who experienced much loss and damage to their supplies and properties as a result of the LNU Complex Fire … Continue reading

Please Excuse our appearance while we remodel

I guess it’s been a while since I have updated the template for the newsletter on the email program I use; they informed me yesterday — for the first time that I am aware of — that I could no … Continue reading