A Local Food CSA for KU Faculty, Staff, and Students


Sign up now for the 2018 growing season!

Crops to Campus is a produce subscription service that provides KU Lawrence subscribers with a weekly share of local and organic produce delivered to campus by Common Harvest CSA.

The 2018 CSA season (24 weeks) will begin the 3rd week of May and run through the last week of October. There is also an 8-week fall share available beginning the week after Labor Day. 

New in 2018!

  • Egg share - Add a dozen eggs to your share each week!
  • Bread share - Add a weekly loaf of bread made locally by Baking Traditions
  • Online account access where you can make payments and set up reminders
  • Off campus pick-up options, including home delivery! (see below)
  • Give a share to a family in your community!

2018 Subscriptions

Options Pay In Full Per Month
Full Share: 6-7 items per week $432 $72
Partial Share: 4-5 items per week $312 $52
*Fall Share (full - 8 weeks)  $144 full payment only
*Fall Share (partial - 8 weeks) $104 full payment only

*Fall shares will begin the week of Labor Day (Sept. 3rd) and run through the end of October.

Pick-up Sites:

In 2018, there will be one consolidated KU campus pick-up location, as well as other options in the community. Subscribers have their choice of the following: 

Location  Day Time
Sunrise Greenhouse, 15th and Learnard Tuesday  4:00-6:00pm 
Home Delivery (+ delivery fee)

75th and State Line, Kansas City Wednesday 5:30-6:30pm
Watkins Health Center, KU Lawrence Campus Thursday 4:00- 6:00pm
City Hall, downtown Lawrence* Thursday 4:00-5:00pm

*The City Hall site pick-up is pre-boxed, and therefore subscribers who choose this site will not have the selection between certain items as is done at other sites.  


Please contact the KU Center for Sustainability for more information at 785-864-5398 or sustainability@ku.edu. Or check out our FAQ page. 



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