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Rockbridge Farmers Alliance
Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014 11:47 AM
Joined: 9/17/2013
Posts: 16


Rockbridge Farmers Alliance

We are an agricultural alliance of family farms in central Virginia working together in a spirit of cooperation. We provide a diverse selection of fresh healthy food to our community directly from our farms. While not Certified Organic our produce is grown sustainably, without the use of synthetic chemical fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides, or hormones, and never any GMOs!

We also collaborate with other regional farms who share our growing practice philosophy to provide a wide variety of farm products for your enjoyment, convenience, and health.




Fox Ridge Farm, Rockbridge County

Paradox Farm, Rockbridge County

Stonehouse Farm, Rockbridge County

Sunflower Flats Farm, Rockbridge County

Trading Moon Farm, Rockbridge County



Mountain View Farm, Rockbridge County










Healthy food from healthy farms, firsthand.


c/o Mitch Wapner

86 Moores Creek Rd

Lexington, VA 24450

Phone (540) 463-9234






We put our hearts into growing healthy food!




CSA (Community

Supported Agriculture) Program









 What is CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a method of purchasing farm goods directly from local farms that benefits both the farmer and the consumer. CSA members commit to purchase their shares at the beginning of the season and then receive a weekly delivery of farm products during the season. In this age of industrial global agribusiness, your local family farms appreciate your support.


Why is Rockbridge Farmers Alliance different? We are a group of farmers joining together to bring more local products to our CSA customers. Together we can offer more diversity and you can source more of your food directly from local producers. While a CSA customer typically shares the risks and rewards with the farmer, multiple farmers minimize your risk while maximizing rewards.


How does it work? CSA members pay a subscription fee to join. Then they choose whatever number and type of shares they wish to purchase from the list of available shares. Members can sign up by mail, over the phone, or by email. Members then pay a deposit followed by monthly payments, or pay in full, with the balance paid by September 30. After that, just come to the delivery location once a week and pick up your fresh farm products!

We offer a 30-week season, from Thursday May 1 to Thursday November 20.



$30 for the full season. This fee helps us cover the costs of providing the CSA, including advertising, management, and administrative costs.



Produce Shares – includes vegetables and some fruit (30 weeks) $540

Herb Share Add-on – One culinary herb bunch every week with more variety than is available in the produce share (20 weeks) $40

Dairy Shares – Mix and match any group of individual shares. Cheese share - 1/2# per week Milk share - 1/2 gallon per week Butter share - 1/2# tub per week Ricotta share - 1/2# tub per week (30 weeks) $90 - $132 Call for price.

Egg Share - One dozen per week (30 weeks) $120

Mushroom Shares – Not available in 2014, however mushrooms may be included in the produce share at times.

Pasta Share – Not available in 2014, however, homemade pasta may be included in the produce share at times.

Bread Share - Not available in 2014


Shares will be available for pick-up on Thursdays from 4:30pm until 6:30pm at the Hillel House Community Kitchen at 117 West Washington Street, on the Washington and Lee Campus in Lexington.

Your shares will only be available on the day and during the hours listed above!



Each week the manager will e-mail members with a list of extra items available for purchase in addition to shares.



Please contact CSA manager, Mitch Wapner, by e-mail, phone, or mail with any questions or to sign-up.




Phone: 540 463-9234


Our mailing address:

Rockbridge Farmers Alliance

c/o Mitch Wapner

86 Moores Creek Rd

Lexington, VA 24450


Sorry, we have no Website, as we’re naught but humble farmers!


Please note that 2.5% VA sales tax (the rate for food) will be added to your order.



Call (540) 463-9234