THE High Country CSA is the region’s pioneering multi-farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).  

We are a collaborative of FOUR small, local farms who work together to deliver the best of High Country agriculture to you.

The mission of the High Country CSA is to produce socially and ecologically responsible food through collaboration between small farms in the High Country.

we envision a local food system which mutually benefits the farmers, the ecosystem and the community.

Find out more about OUR CSA here


Tumbling Shoals Farm
Millers Creek, NC

Nestled in a bucolic valley in Wilkes County, Tumbling Shoals Farm is owned and operated by Shiloh Avery and Jason Roehrig.  They grow Certified Organic vegetables and fruit and have been farming since returning from Peace Corps service as agriculture volunteers in Madagascar in 2002. 

Springhouse Farm
Vilas, NC

Amy Fiedler and her family have been the keepers of the land at Springhouse Farm for the past nine years. Certified Organic since 2011, they never use synthetic fertilizer, pesticides, or GMO seeds. The food they grow is selected for its flavor and nutritional value. 


Against the Grain Farm
Zionville, NC

Holly Whitesides & Andy Bryant have 13 years organic farming experience and have been farming together since 2010.
They live on a 20 acre farm where they grow Certified Organic & biodynamic vegetables and raise a spectrum of animal welfare-approved, gmo-free and pasture-raised livestock.

Lively Up Farm
Valle Crucis & Matney, NC

Before beginning Lively Up Farm with his wife Natalie, Matt developed the Leola Street Community Garden and the area’s food recovery program. Believing that cooperation and community are the cornerstone to sustainability, Matt brings this attitude into his philosophy of farming. 



Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture is our local community partner for our CSA and Cost Share programs.

HCCSA is also proud to have the support of the USDA Local Food Promotion Program.   Find out more at https://www.ams.usda.gov/services/grants/lfpp




Our Farmers at HCCSA are registered growers for ASAP, the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.  Find out more at http://asapconnections.org/





HCCSA is extremely proud of our Cost Share Program, enabling low resource community members subsidized access to our CSA shares.  We are thankful to the Village Vision Festival in Boone NC for their financial support of this program as well as all private donors! 



Still have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions here