CSA Toolkit

Funded by the Tasmanian Food Security Council, this Toolkit has been created through a partnership between Channel Living and the North West Environment Centre. Both groups have been involved
with initiating CSA programs in their local communities, and recognise the large amount of work involved. We wanted to find a way of sharing the groundwork with other groups, to make it easier for others to
initiate a CSA (or other direct marketing/local food) program that suits their own community.

The Toolkit is a collection of resources designed to help communities and vegetable growers save time and resources when setting up their own CSA program. The Tools include documents that you can modify to suit your own purposes, collections of information, further reading suggestions and a database to help you manage your new CSA. This section can be accessed by purchasing log-in details.

The Toolkit has been designed to be a living resource that will be updated when necessary. Please join our forum to share ideas and information with us and each other.

( * denotes tools specifically designed for multi-farm projects):

Database (purchased separately)

Other tools

Documents you can modify to suit your project:

Further resources: