At MASA, your CSA supports organic vegetable production, seed research, and the development of a Regional Seed Bank. The Seed Bank serves local farmers and gardeners of Boulder County and the Front Range, and is integral tothegrowthand security of our local food movement. In modern agriculture, it’s a rarity for a farm to grow its own seed. Being seed centric marks a radical return to the origins of farming, fostering our connection to seasons of the past and seasons of the future.
Beyond CSA, the bulk of our produce is sold or donated to Food Access Programs that are dedicated to serving low income communities. Food equity is near and dear to all our hearts on the farm. We are always seeking out new partnerships, finding allies across the spectrum to reimagine the food web.
You will also be supporting a vibrant space for community connection. Individuals, offices, many various organizations choose to volunteer with us and connect with the land. Along with our robust volunteer program, MASA also hosts several school tours every year, ranging in ages from elementary to the CU botany program! As we grow, we dream of even more ways to bring local folks onto the farm, to experience the magic and beauty of this wondrous earth.