The UK Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project is a part of the UK College of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture, and is an integral component of the Sustainable Agriculture (SAG) Undergraduate Curriculum. The CSA project links faculty, staff, and students from the UK community with the Organic Farming Unit located at the UK Horticulture Research Farm. The CSA project is not a commercial farm and is not managed for profit. All financial proceeds from the sale of CSA shares support the production of food during the growing season and student educational activities of the SAG program.

All faculty, staff and students of the UK community are invited to sign-up for our CSA below.  All registration and payments will be managed online using the links provided below.


2017 Full CSA Share Registration is open February 1st!


Full CSA Share:

Members will receive a weekly share of vegetables for 22 weeks from May 25th – October 19th, 2017.  The total price is $650 for Faculty/Staff and $584 for Students.  Members may choose between two pick-up sites on Thursday: either campus pick-up at the E.S. Good Barn (4-6pm) or farm pick-up at the UK Horticulture Research Farm (3:30-6:30pm).  For complete information, download our 2017 Full CSA Share Terms.  You must agree to these terms before registering.

Join the UKCSA here:

After registration, you can use this link to manage your account:

Questions? Contact the CSA Manager for more information.


One of our main goals is to grow the local farm economy and your membership in any CSA contributes to these goals. We’ve compiled a list of local Bluegrass region CSAs (which include meat, eggs, flowers and more!) on our blog. View the list of contact information here:


UK CSA Farm Stand:

Our UK CSA Farm Stand will continue to run intermittently through the late winter and early spring. Farm Stand sales will be announced through our blog,

Orders can be made via our webstore,, from noon on Monday through 6am Thursday, on weeks which we announce items available for pre-order.