2016 Fall Season!


Roots Community Supported Agriculture (Roots CSA) fall season now accepting subscriptions!

What is Roots CSA?
Roots CSA, in a nutshell, is a grassroots program in which we partner with small local Asian American farmers to bring fresh, sustainably grown, and pesticide free Asian produce to local communities throughout Los Angeles County and beyond.

Why participate in the Roots CSA program?
• Support small local Asian American farmers and get to know the people who grow your food
• Satisfaction of knowing how your food was grown and a stronger appreciation of what it took to grow it (Sustainably, pesticide free, preservative free)
• Reconnect to your food by eating with the changing seasons, utilizing produce you may have never used before, and trying out new recipes!

2016 Fall Season Dates:
Saturdays: Highland Park
October: 8th & 22nd
November: 5th & 19th
December: 3rd & 17th

Mondays: Little Tokyo & Los Angeles Office/Organization Drop Offs
October 10th & 24th
November 7th & 21st
December 5th & 19th

Wednesdays: Garden Grove, Gardena, & Long Beach
October 5th & 19th
November 2nd & 16th
December 7th & 21st

Sign up for the CSA today!
If you work in the L.A. region we can drop off produce at your office! All you need is at least 10 people to sign up! More info here: Click Here. You can also sign up as an individual at any of our CSA sites throughout L.A. and Orange County. Check out a list of all our sites here:
Little Tokyo
Highland Park
Long Beach
Garden Grove

Summer Season Produce:
Bok choy (baby & shanghai), Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cilantro, Daikon, Gai lan (Chinese broccoli), Green Onions, Jicama, Lettuce, Mint, Sweet Patatoes (Japanese & purple), AND MUCH MORE! 

Introducing Organic Fruit!
In addition to the amazing veggies from Padao Farms we are excited to announce that the CSA now also includes organic fruit from Ken’s Top Notch Produce! This season be on the look out for Asian Pears, Cara Cara Oranges, Persimmons, and Pomegranates.

*Produce availability dependent on weather conditions, drought impact, and crop yield

Questions? Contact Kyle at: ktsukahira@apiopa.org