Crooked Sky Farms ( grows and supplies fresh produce year-round for several Arizona Farmers Markets, restaurants and CSAs through subscriptions. Farmer Frank is committed to sustainable farming using organic methods and regionally appropriate crops, resulting in delicious, quality, healthy produce.

In order to maintain a sustainable farm and provide quality local produce, Farmer Frank predominately is supported through CSA subscriptions (Community Supported Agriculture). CSA members purchase a subscription for a season of produce which is harvested and distributed weekly to each CSA location.

Crooked Sky Farms consists of several fields in Glendale, Waddell, Duncan and Phoenix, Arizona. The locations of these fields are in different climate zones which allow for year round farming and great produce diversity. Crooked Sky Farms uses organic and heirloom seeds and farms without chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. The farm uses compost and mulch fertilizer, flood and drip irrigation.

What a great way to have healthy fresh produce for your family, as well as build a system that supports local, environmental and social responsibility !!

Listing last updated on Oct 6, 2015

Join our CSA and pick up at a location near you: Phoenix, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Tempe, Glendale or Tucson. See below or check out our website: for more details.

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2002

# of Shares:  400

Share Prices:  $20/week paid for a season in advance (about 12 weeks)

Work Req?  No

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Schedule and Location:

You can find us every Saturday at the Gilbert Farmers Market (8-12 Winter hours, 7-11 Summer hours), the Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market (8-1 Winter hours, 8-12 Summer hours) and the Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market (8-1 Winter hours).

Restaurants and resellers may qualify for wholesale prices on our produce.

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I have participated in a number of CSAs in the past, and I must say that Crooked Sky Farms does it RIGHT. To my knowledge, they're the only CSA local to the Phoenix area that grows and operates 52 weeks a year.... [more]

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