CSA - Community Supported Agriculture

Join the community by becoming a member of our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program!


Purchase a "share" to receive fresh produce each week while also donating to a local historically significant site, Elawa Farm.  We grow all of our produce and flowers in our restored historic garden using all organic practices, just minutes from your home.


You'll receive a weekly box of the very freshest produce, or opt to have Elawa Farm donate your weekly box to the local Lake County food pantries.  Elawa Farm has been working with the local Food Pantry for several years, donating all leftover veggies, fruit & herbs from our garden and market.  The Food Pantry, located right in Lake Bluff, serves about 90 families every month.


The CSA includes 20 weeks (June 8 - Oct 19) at $50/week, with 50% of these fees directly supporting the mission of Elawa Farm and is therefore tax deductible.  


Pick up your CSA on Fridays during market hours:  8am - 1pm

Fridays - June 8 through October 19


Your weekly box includes: 

-  Selection of seasonal, organically grown produce

-  Recipe highlighting item of the week


The only way to get produce this fresh is to grow it yourself! 


Shares are limited!


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT, WE ARE SOLD OUT FOR 2018

Elawa Farm's CSA program

The Garden at Elawa Farm

The Garden at ELAWA FARM

Elawa Farm is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration of Elawa Farm, a gentleman's farm built in 1915. The efforts of the Elawa Staff and countless volunteer hours have created a garden space that combines traditional farming practices with the needs and interests of our current community.


At Elawa over two acres are cultivated every year, providing a remarkable array of heirloom tomatoes, lettuces and fresh greens, carrots, beets, squash, honey, flower bouquets, herbs and more. Our freshly harvested produce and flowers are available for sale at our on-site Garden Market on Friday and Saturday mornings during the summer.


Striving towards sustainability, the garden utilizes practices such as field rotation, cover cropping, beneficial predation and organic composting. All these practices are executed by our dedicated volunteers whose work ensures Elawa’s continued role here in the community as a source for fresh, organically grown local produce. 


We invite all to volunteer to learn more.

Volunteer at elawa farm

Learn more about the history of the elawa garden