We are sold out for 2020 but you can sign up for our wait list here

Still have questions? Check our About Us page for more information on farm and pickup locations, and please read our FAQ and What Is CSA if you’re new to City Commons. You can email us directly at citycommonscsa@gmail.com with any other inquiries

Payment and Pricing

Our 2020 prices are as follows:

  • Full share (20 weeks): $525
  • Half share (every other week): $290
  • Flower share: $234 (18 weeks); $117 (9 weeks)
  • Storage share: $65
  • November Holiday Bonus share: $65

Please email us if you need to break up the cost into multiple payments–we’d like to work with you to make your CSA season a success.


You can now use your Bridge Card to pay for a CSA (flowers excepted). SNAP members will pay weekly at pickup and must use Food Field as a pick up location.

Days and Locations

We harvest twice a week and currently offer 6 pickup locations on different days. See About Us for more information on locations. Choose from:


  • Singing Tree Garden (4-7 PM)
  • St Peter’s Church (4-7 PM)
  • Villekulla Flora (4-7 PM)


  • Iroquois Avenue Farm (Friday 5-7 PM)
  • Food Field (Firday 4-7 PM)
  • Pure Pastures (Saturday, open hours; half shares only)
  • Oakland Avenue Farmers Market (Saturday, 11 AM-3:30 PM)


Monica · December 31, 2017 at 4:11 pm

Hello, I would like to continue with the CSA for 2018. We picked up at Pure Pastures on Telegraph. I didn’t see they are an option in the dropdown to register. Will this still be an option in 2018? They are a very convenient location for us and we frequent their stores.

Thanks for your reply.

    City Commons · February 4, 2018 at 9:56 pm

    Hi Monica, did you get an answer to your question yet? Thanks for being a member. Pure Pastures will be an option again this year but only for half-shares (every other week) since not many weekly members signed up there. Hope this works for you and please email if you’re not able to sign up or have other questions!

Frances Murphy · August 19, 2019 at 2:55 pm

How do I join the CSA? I know it’s late in the year, but I’m interested! We live in Hamtramck, just for a reference. Thanks!

    City Commons · September 9, 2019 at 8:51 pm

    Hi Frances, sorry to not see this earlier. We are no longer taking sign ups this year but check back in October for our 2020 sign up.

Lyn Matheson · March 2, 2020 at 8:19 am

I’m a single vegetarian, so would half share be a better idea for me?

    City Commons · April 5, 2020 at 11:50 am

    Hi Lyn- It really depends on how much you cook and to what extent what you cook is vegetables! If you are a cook all your meals at home kind of person I think you could easily use a full share.

Claire S Vial · April 4, 2020 at 1:43 am

Hi! Will there be a CSA this year? if so, I am interested. Thank you

    City Commons · April 5, 2020 at 11:50 am

    Yes! You can sign up at citycommonscsa.com/shop

Ann Tomaszewski · April 11, 2020 at 2:39 pm


Our son and his wife joined a CSA in Washington DC and we would like to join here in Detroit area. Is that still possible at this date? Also, we would like to pick up our food at Pure Pasture in Dearborn. How do we sign up for that option? Thanks so much! Looking forward to hearing from you.

Claire S Vial · April 24, 2020 at 12:16 am

HI I want to sign up for a half order at Food Field but apparently its wait list only, so sad!. I can’t tell if my desire to be on the waitlist is noted . Can you confirm for me?

Thank you!

Sigrid Christiansen · April 30, 2018 at 6:25 pm

Hi, I paid today at Food Field for full share, returning member, Saturday pick up. Thank you!

Urban farmers expecting full harvest with co-op | Michigan news · April 15, 2014 at 5:30 am

[…] This farm, and five others like it, compose City Commons, a farming cooperative started by a group of young farmers who want to make a living from farming. They’re selling weekly shares, using a model called community-supported agriculture (CSA), for their third season. For $425, share-holders get a box of produce for 20 weeks, and the experience of eating off the land. Detroit land (http://www.citycommonscsa.com). […]

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