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CSA Terms & Conditions

Please read this document before you join our CSA program.


Our CSA Philosophy

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a model of farming that does away with middle men and connects community members (consumers) directly with the source of their food (the farm). CSA members become farm subscribers, purchasing by the season upfront. Members share in both the bounty and the risk of farming. Farmers benefit from a more steady income throughout the year and commit to supplying the CSA members with a variety of vegetables throughout the season. The CSA is prioritized above all other sales outlets in terms of quality and variety. Full Earth Farm is not just a delivery service. We plant, tend, harvest, and pack all of our crops on-farm, and then deliver to one of several pickup locations. Your subscription is a contract to receive produce as advertised in the subscription option you choose.

CSA Seasons

Here in North Florida we have a long growing season. We break it up into three runs, and take a break mid-summer. This down time gives us and the soil some much needed time for rest, recovery, and rejuvenation.

  • Fall Season: October-December

  • Winter Season: January-March

  • Spring Season: April-June



We use an online software (Farmigo) to help us manage our CSA.  CSA members are able to register, pay and make scheduling changes all through their CSA account. We are also happy to assist. We accept payment by credit card and e-check. Auto pay is available for both payment methods. Monthly payment plan is available and can be managed in the CSA member’s online account. Interested in paying with SNAP? Please email us


Payment for all share options is required before the first pick up.

Share Options

All share bags are the same size. Fall, winter and early spring bags are valued at $20 each, whereas spring (May & June) bags are valued at $25, due to heavier and higher value produce in season at that time of the year.

  • Full Share: Pick up every week of the season

  • Half Share: Pick up every other week of the season

We offer rolling registration, and prices will be prorated based on number of pick ups remaining in the season.

Pick Up Locations

  • Whole Foods Market Tallahassee: Thursdays 3pm-Friday 9pm

  • Levy Park Porch (for Levy Park neighborhood residents only): Thursdays 3-8pm

  • Full Earth Farm (Quincy): Thursdays 9am-5pm

Whole Foods is donating the space and the staff to retrieve shares for our CSA members.  Please pick up during the designated times and thank them for hosting our CSA pick up for free! :) If you have any problems with your pick up location please tell us!


Do not leave CSA payments at any of the pick up locations! We may never find them.

Changing & Missed Pick Ups

Making changes to pick up days or location can be scheduled through CSA member accounts or by emailing us. Shares not picked up during the posted times will be taken home by staff or sent to the Food Bank.


Cancellation & Refunds

Signing up for our CSA is a commitment for the time period stated in the share option you choose. At the end of that period CSA members are under no obligation to renew. We do not issue refunds for missed CSA shares.

With that said, we understand that there are circumstances that may require a cancellation or refund to be allowed. If something changes unexpectedly and you need to cancel your CSA (you’re moving, medical or family concerns etc.) please email us or call so we may discuss: (850) 567-1493.



We primarily communicate with our CSA members using email. Should we have an issue and need to get in touch right away, we will call. We send out a brief CSA newsletter via email to CSA members with each pick up, typically the day before. Any billing issues will be addressed via email. Make sure is not going to your spam box!



Your information is private. Your payment information entered in our CSA software is encrypted and safe. The limited information we and Farmigo have about our CSA members will never be shared, sold, or used in any way other than what is necessary for managing our CSA program.   

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