Community Supported Agriculture:

Fresh Weekly Meal in a Box

& Healthy Snacks


Rachel and Ben, Clay Bottom Farm owners, with a basket of CSA vegetables.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between you and your local farm that supports sustainable farming AND puts healthy food on your table.


From the ground up: healthy organic soils are the foundation of our farm

From the ground up: healthy organic soils are the foundation of our farm

What our customers are saying…

“The greens are not only lovely but delicious. There are just the two of us and I haven’t spent much time in the kitchen. Your lovely greens have given me a reason. Thank You.” – Roberta ( Bobbie ) Wilson, 2012 CSA customer


“My only regret is that you have spoiled us.  Once we realized how wonderful your produce tasted, store bought produce simply does not measure up.  Congratulations on steadily growing your business.” –Kurt Schmidt, 2011 CSA customer


“Not only does it feel good to support local organic farmers, but the quality and variety of the fresh food is amazing! It’s like a mini-Christmas every week.” –Jonny Meyer, 2009 CSA customer


Winner of the 2012 and 2013

Edible Michiana Local Heroes Award: “Farm/Farmer”

Learn more about Clay Bottom Farm.

Through our internship program we are training other growers to feed local communities. Here Corinne harvests Swiss Chard.


Clay Bottom Farm

We are an artisan farm located 7 miles east of Goshen, Indiana. We are young people dedicated to sustainable agriculture and to providing customers high quality local fruits and vegetables. Our CSA (community supported agriculture) serves Goshen, Elkhart, Middlebury, Warsaw and South Bend. We also have a booth at the Goshen Farmers Market.

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