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What is the Inland Empire CSA?



What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?

Most people never think much about the food they eat or more importantly where it comes from. From opening a little styrofoam box, unwrapping and consuming their "fast food" to a fine meal at a five star restaurant and every meal in between, one rarely gives a thought how that bounty made its way onto their plate, tray or bag.

You go to the grocery store, wind up and down the aisles tossing your loot into the cart and head out the door. As consumers, we rarely if ever, think about how that product made its way onto the shelf or who was involved getting it there.

By joining a CSA you will take the mystery out of where some of your food comes from, how it was grown, and who grew it.

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We are Local Certified Organic Farms

Our CSA is made up of several Certified Organic farms in Riverside County and De Luz Farms and Nursery in Temecula, California. Each farm has its own unique growing climate which allows us a wider variety of fruits and vegetables than most one farm CSAs.

De Luz farms and Nursery is located in the hills above Temecula has been growing organic avocados, citrus and other subtropical fruits for many years.  Only about 12 miles from the ocean, the mild Mediterranean type climate allows them to grow many subtropical fruits that would not grow further inland.

All of the produce is locally grown and picked and packed usually one or two days before you receive it. 

Want to know what “Certified Organic” means and does it really make a difference?

Our thoughts on GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms)