CSA Stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Stanford Hall CSA offers a space where we can stand together in our shared goals of human resilience, deep ecological integration, community cohesion, food security, and good food.

Today we face many challenges in agriculture, which ultimately affect us all. The scheme uses many cutting edge solutions such as biological soil enhancement, biodynamics, no-dig agriculture, and permaculture.

The biological approach, Biodynamics and the “no-dig” method promote abundant soil life and create nutrient-dense crops with fantastic flavour.

Permaculture is guided by principles of Earth care, people care and fair share. It offers operational systems that work with natural cycles, leading to the maximum output for minimum input.

By using and teaching these systems we aim to reduce the impact of agriculture on the environment, while offering food produced without harmful chemicals, ensuring greater food security for all.