What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) allows patrons to interact with a local farm and receive fresh produce from a source they are more closely related to.  Local CSA members purchase a “share” of our harvest.  By paying early in the season you will ensure fresh produce throughout our growing season.

Market Selection

Galin-Flory Farms is located on 35 acres in rural Canby, Oregon.  This family farm originally started as the world famous Steele’s Pansy Gardens.  In 1973 the farm changed hands to the Galin family and continued to be a pansy farm until 1995.  Since that time the majority of our arable land has been in hay and alfalfa, essentially healing from the pesticide and chemical uses from years past.  3 acres of blueberries were also planted as a means of additional income for the farm.

In 2006 the farm changed hands within the family to Teresa Galin and husband, Matthew MacPherson.  This new generation began a system to breathe new life into the farm and change the direction of our growing principles.  Dedicated to growing food that they would be comfortable eating a decision was made to embark on a chemical free program of sustainable farming.  In 2009 a wide array of vegetables were added as well as strawberries and raspberries. 

We believe that organic, sustainable farming practices promote a healthy environment and lifestyle.   We will grow healthy, high quality food for your family without chemicals, herbicides, pesticides or genetically modified seed.


18 weeks (Weather Permitting)

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Paid in advance