Live Power Community Farm is a diversified certified Biodynamic CSA farm utitlizing the non-fossil energy of draft horses. More than 200 families and individuals share the harvest and receive a weekly supply of fresh vegetables throughout the 30-week growing season between May and November. We are actively involved in national CSA farmland preservation. We also host workshops and field days, educational visits for school children, and apprenticeship opportunities for adults.

We offer CSA membership in Mendocino County (Covelo, WIllits, Ukiah) and the SF Bay area (including the East Bay and Marin) There are optional fruit, blueberry, grain, flower, rice and meat shares available. An optional winter vegetable/fruit share is available from Good Humus Farm from December through April for the SF area membership.

The SF area membership (approximately 90 families) is divided into about 12 neighborhood cluster groups that share in the distribution of the CSA baskets. The harvest is brought down to the San Francisco Waldorf High School on Friday night in bulk and divided and delivered by representatives of each cluster on Saturday morning. All but 4 or 5 weeks, each members produce is delivered to their door by other members, and the remaining few weeks each member would sort and deliver.

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Listing last updated on Mar 17, 2014

Enrollment open now for the 2014 season!

Please contact Gloria Decater at 707-983-8196.



Season:  May through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  1988

# of Shares:  110

Full Share:  SF Bay Area Members? share cost for 2014 season (29 weeks) for a full bushel basket is $1,240 ($42.76 per week) which is a significant amount of vegetables; please see the projection on our website with varieties and quantities. Some families choose to sh

1/2 Share:  Half share available only In Mendocino County. Please call Gloria at 707-983-8196 for more information In the SF Bay area families split full shares to get half shares.

Work Req?  No




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