The Youth Garden Project is a 1.5 acre productive and educational garden!

Each garden row serves equally as a source of nutritious food for the Moab community, and a learning tool for hands-on education in the garden. We grow food in our garden and orchard using organic growing practices and strive to weave opportunities to develop environmental literacy into each interaction.

Currently, the Youth Garden Project is home to 70+ garden rows, 70 fruit trees, 20 chickens, 10 fish, 2 cats, 4 bunnies, and many other trees, herbs, and native perennials!

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Local Produce in Moab, CSA

Community Supported Agriculture

A CSA share is one way that community members can support the local food system! CSA members invest in local farms up front, then eat fresh, delicious food all season long. Purchase of a YGP CSA share supports our youth and community programs, scroll down to learn more!

Local Produce in Moab, Farmers Market


YGP partners with Seekhaven Family Crisis & Resource Center and Moab Valley Multicultural Center to distribute fresh produce to individuals and families experiencing food insecurity. In 2020, we donated over $2,100 worth of veggies!

Local Produce in Moab, Wholesale

Hand-Crafted YGP Jam

You could say that preservation is our “jam!” YGP Jam can be found at our Arts & Ag booth, Harvest Festival, Plant Sale or you can swing by the garden to see what we have in stock. Our specialty flavors include Plum Ginger, Roasted Peach Vanilla Bean, Juicy Apricot, & Sour Cherry!

 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)


Members purchase a “share” at the beginning of the growing season and in turn receive a bi-weekly or weekly allotment of fresh, in season, locally grown organic produce. 2022 CSA Shares are FULL, but if you would like to be added to the waitlist, please fill out this form or email sarah@youthgardenproject.org.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Members purchase a “share” at the beginning of the growing season and in turn receive a weekly allotment of fresh, in season, locally grown organic produce.

CSA Terms & Conditions

Individual shareholders pick up produce every other week for a total of 11 weeks per single shareholder, May 10th-October 11th.  One share will receive a total of 11 boxes of produce throughout the season.

Self-serve pick-up will be on Tuesdays at YGP, either in the kitchen or the back classroom (TBD) starting at 4 pm and remaining open until 8 pm. CSA members are expected to arrive with tote bags or a box to bring home their share.

Each shareholder is responsible for communicating with Farm Produce Manager Sarah via text or email by 8 am on the morning after pick-up to arrange for pick up outside of the designated period.  We are happy to accommodate a flexible pickup arrangement if we receive advance communication. If the shareholder does not communicate by 8 am the morning after pickup day, produce may be distributed to YGP programs or within the community as YGP sees fit.

The cost for a single share is $275 and for a double share $550. We do not offer refunds for CSA share memberships.

When is the CSA Season?

The Youth Garden Project CSA runs from May through mid-October (dependent on first frost). Our hope is to have a 22 week season, with each shareholder receiving 11 shares total.

How Does it Work?

Every week our CSA produce is harvested same-day as pick-up.  Our garden crew works hard to manage the food production and provide as much food per week as possible. Members are always welcome to volunteer to have an increased connection to their food (Please call ahead if you would like to volunteer!).

How Much Does it Cost?

2021 Membership Share Prices:

$275 for one share (biweekly pick-up)
$550 for a double share (once a week pick-up)
Care Share
Built into the price of each CSA share is a contribution to our YGP ‘Care Share’  program. Care Shares are distributed weekly to the Moab Valley Multicultural Center, Seekhaven, and Full Circle Intertribal Center during the CSA season, who then distribute shares according to the needs of the families they serve.
Am I a good candidate for a CSA?

You may be a great CSA candidate If…

  • You or your family have the time to cook and enjoy lots of fresh produce incorporated into your meals.
  • You enjoy trying new ingredients you have never used before or don’t use often.
  • You are okay with receiving something in your weekly share you don’t love from time to time.
  • You are willing to eat seasonally. For example, tomatoes won’t be ready in early June, and July is too hot for an abundance of lettuce.
  • You understand that what is provided in the weekly share is based on the garden’s production.
  • You are able to make the scheduled weekly pick-up time (Tuesdays from 4-8pm at the Youth Garden Project)

You may NOT be a great candidate for a CSA if…

  • There are two or more common vegetables you don’t like.
  • You want to know exactly what will be in your share a week or more in advance.
  • You would prefer to stick to what you know and not excited to experiment with new vegetables or fruits.
  • Your schedule does not permit you to prepare foods using garden fresh ingredients.
  • You know in advance that you typically cannot make the scheduled weekly pick-up times.
How Do I Pick Up my CSA?

CSA Pick-up is on Tuesday evenings, May 10th – October 11th in the Youth Garden Project kitchen (behind the office building). Pick-up starts at 4pm and remains open until 8pm.  

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