locally sourced, sustainably grown produce

At We All Eat CSA, community, sustainability, and farmer support intersect to bring you the freshest local produce while uplifting Black, Indigenous, and farmers of color across Alabama.

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About We All Eat

cultivate community
with us

We’re a collective of Alabama farmers cultivating a diverse array of crops while nurturing the land we steward using ancestral farming methods and organic-approved practices. Our commitment to environmental sustainability, fostering food sovereignty, and supporting marginalized communities runs through everything we do.

By joining We All Eat CSA, you not only gain access to nutritional seasonal foods but you support our mission to strengthen community ties through feeding our neighbors in the Fountain Heights Community. With convenient Saturday deliveries and flexible options for donating or gifting shares, we strive to accommodate your needs while staying true to our mission. Ready to experience to joy of locally sourced, sustainably grown produce that empowers community?

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Member Benefits

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Fresh, seasonal produce delivered weekly.

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Connect with fellow members, engage with our farmers, and discover new recipes in our exclusive facebook group.

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Surprises like flowers, hand-crafted soaps, and special blend herbal teas straight from the farm.

what's a csa?

support local farmers and share in the harvest

CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a model where individuals pledge financial support to local farmers before the growing season begins, in exchange for a share of the harvest. It's a partnership rooted in community, sustainability, and mutual benefit.

CSA members typically pay upfront for their share of the harvest, providing farmers with crucial financial support early in the season. This investment helps cover farming expenses, such as seeds, equipment, and labor, while also enabling farmers to offer produce at affordable prices and support low-income communities.

Through CSA programs like We All Eat CSA, individuals can enjoy knowing where their food comes from, supporting Black, Indigenous, and farmers of color, and participating in a more equitable and sustainable food system.

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The history of CSA's

The pioneering ideas of  Booker T. Whatley, an agricultural scientist, laid the foundation for modern CSAs. He emphasized the importance of direct farmer-consumer relationships and cooperative farming practices that lead to the CSA of today, which prioritize connecting consumers with local farmers, supporting sustainable agriculture, and fostering food sovereignty.



Keeping and care

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Wash with care

Rinse fruits and vegetables under cool, running water to remove dirt, debris, and any pesticide residues. Use a vegetable brush for items with tougher skins, like potatoes or carrots.

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Handle with gentleness

Handle produce gently to prevent bruising and damage. Pat delicate items like lettuce and berries dry with a clean cloth or paper towel to remove excess moisture, which can accelerate spoilage.

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Use the fridge wisely

Most fruits and vegetables benefit from refrigeration to prolong their shelf life. However, some items, like tomatoes, onions, and potatoes, are best stored at room temperature.

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Prioritize perishables

Consume highly perishable items, such as berries, leafy greens, and herbs, within a few days of receiving them. Plan your meals to incorporate these items early in the week to ensure they're enjoyed at their peak freshness.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your fresh-from-the-farm produce from the We All Eat CSA stays vibrant, flavorful, and nutritious for as long as possible.

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Fiyah Cydah® Curtido

This tangy and crunchy curtido is the perfect accompaniment to a variety of dishes, adding a burst of flavor and texture to every bite.

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Fiyah Cydah® Mocktail

This fire cider mocktail is a zesty and refreshing beverage that's perfect for sipping on a hot day or whenever you need a flavorful pick-me-up.

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Honey Sriracha Sauce

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Policies and FAQ

Why are there only a few shares available?

We have decided to keep our CSA small for a few reasons. First, we want to be able to continue our mission, which is to grow as much food as possible for distribution to Fountain Heights neighbors and friends, regardless of their ability to pay. In past years we’ve regularly fed between 15 and 30 families using our sliding scale pricing model for produce sales. We hope you will agree that providing affordable and healthy fruits and vegetables to our residents is an important mission. Most of our produce goes straight into the hands and stomachs of our neighbors.  We think that's a good thing. Second, we’re a small operation! We are a collaborative of five Alabama farmers and producers using ancestral farming methods to grow great produce while also caring for the land.

How do you grow?

1) The Fountain Heights We All Eat CSA provides 24 weeks of produce delivered on Saturdays. 

Spring Season: April 27, and May 4, 11, 18, 24
Early Summer Season: June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, and July 6, 13, 20, 27
Summer / Fall Season: August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, September 7, 14, 21, 28, and October 5

*The dates are estimates and are subject to change based on crop availability, weather, pests, and other farming factors. You will always receive 24 weeks of produce deliveries.

2) Delivery day is Saturday. Contactless deliveries will be made by dropping off CSA shares to delivery addresses within the following areas

If you live outside the free delivery area, please know that we are working hard to expand our delivery coverage. Please contact us if you have questions or suggestions.

3) Each season’s subscription costs $960 ($40/week) payable at or before the beginning of each season.By paying, you are agreeing to purchase a 24-week share of produce. Your share makes you a farm partner. This means that we share the highs and lows of farming.

How does it work?

During the season, each week you will receive a CSA share containing local, farm-grown, in-season produce. Our farm is known for its excellent growing practices and customer service. We grow a variety of crops including traditional and heirloom vegetables and fruits.  Being a member of the We All Eat CSA means each week you will receive the tasty, freshly harvested produce including some items we only offer to our members including potential surpluses of a crop that could be added to your share.

We will provide access to our exclusive Facebook group where you can ask questions, meet other CSA members, contact your farmers directly, enjoy recipes and so much more. In addition, each week you will receive an insert with a printed recipe, storage suggestions, and an update from our farmers.

Being a part of the We All Eat CSA  also means you will receive a few surprises along the way! Think Flowers, soaps, and herbal teas!

Your We All Eat CSA share will be delivered to your door. We ask that someone is home to receive your delivery or that a shaded area or a cooler is left out to protect your items and keep them fresh.

How do I order?

If you're ready to order, please visit our sign up page

Can I cancel?

Seasonal membership is nonrefundable. Once you’ve signed up, we have begun to plan and plant for your specific share. You are welcome to cancel your membership, but it will be without a refund.

If you would like to cancel your share, we encourage you to gift your unused shares to a family member, friend, or neighbor. If you need help gifting your share, we have a list of community elders who would greatly enjoy receiving your seasonal share. Thank you for your generosity.

What if I go out of town or want to skip a week?

If for any reason, you don’t want or won’t be available to receive your weekly share, we suggest that you donate your share for that week to someone you know or maybe a family in need. We are happy to work with you on this. We ask that you notify us in advance when possible to facilitate your giving.

If something unexpected happens, please let us know as soon as you can. We will try to work with you, but cannot move deliveries to another day.

How can I contact you?

Contact us using our contact form above or send us an email.