List your CSA with the Irish Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Network
The common ground definition of CSA or Community Supported Agriculture, available in the "Overview of CSA in Europe" report written in 2015 is:
"CSA is a direct partnership between a group of consumers and one or several producers whereby the risks, responsibilities and rewards of farming activities are shared, through long-term formal or informal shared agreement. Generally operating on a small scale, CSAs aim at providing quality food produced in an agroecological way".
This questionnaire is taken from the 'Overview of CSA in Europe' report.
Information provided in this form will be used to validate membership of the CSA Network of Ireland. We may share this information for research purposes and are working on the structures of the network which will ensure that mis-use of data does not occur.
The documents referenced are available on our website:
Email *
What is the name of your CSA? *
What is the address of your CSA/farm? *
Who is the contact person? Please give full name, email address, telephone number. *
This person will act as the representative of your farm in the network, the coordinator will feed information up and down to all the reps from the member farms.
Have you read the following documents? *
These documents are available to download from
What year was your CSA set up? *
Who originally came up with the idea to start your CSA? *
How many members / shares do you have? *
How many eaters do you feed? (including children) *
What elements of the CSA definition apply to your initiative? *
What type of produce does your CSA supply? *
How is your food produced? *
What distribution methods to you use for your produce? *
What type of agreement does your CSA have between farmers and members *
Who owns the land on which you produce food for the CSA? *
What is the total area of your farm? *
What is the total area in use for the products of CSA? *
Who works on the farm? *
Is your producer employed by your CSA? *
Does 100% of your farmer's income come from CSA? *
If not, what are other sources of income? *
What percentage of your farmer's income comes from the CSA? *
How are members involved with the CSA? *
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