Founded in 2008, Farnham community farm is a local vegetable growing project, started by a group of people who felt there was a need for fresh, local produce, and a healthy attitude towards the production behind it.
Community Supported Agriculture is a partnership between producer and consumer where the risks and rewards of farming are shared. Our members commit to buying a share of our harvest, which in turn means we can commit to growing the crops. Our members feel connected to where their food comes from, and they know they are supporting a small-scale local producer who farms with care for the environment.
If you answer yes to any of these questions, Farnham Community Farm could be just what you’re looking for:
- Would you like to grow your own veg but don’t have the time/ability/space, or don’t have access to an allotment?
- Are you concerned for the environment and your carbon footprint, and looking for food that has been produced sustainably; working with nature not against it?
- Would you like to shorten the chain between grower and consumer, and take back ownership of the food system?
- Are you looking to feel more integrated into a community, and meet new people?
- Would you like the opportunity to get outside more, and reconnect with the land?