Proud to be Madison’s first organic urban CSA

Troy Farm is a vegetable production and education project of Rooted. The farm has been growing certified organic vegetables on Madison’s Northside since 2001, and we are proud to be the city’s oldest urban farm. Troy Farm sells produce to farm members and other Madison residents at our on-site farm stand on Thursday evenings and at the Northside Farmers’ Market on Sunday mornings. We also teach small-scale, organic growing practices and explore the role of urban farms in local food systems and community organizing through our Urban Farmer Training Program.

Farm Membership

The majority of the food we grow enters the community through our farm membership program. Members join the farm in the spring and receive fresh organic produce throughout the growing season (June – October). In addition to fresh, USDA Certified Organic produce grown in our urban farm, members have access to our u-pick flower garden, bulk purchasing, and the weekly Troy Farm newsletter.

Membership Q&As

Individuals and families who sign up for membership commit to the farm for the growing season. This helps us cover the initial annual costs of the farm operation and helps us plan our production. In return, members will receive fresh organic produce throughout the harvest season (June–October), have access to the u-pick flower garden, and support our mission to increase access to land-based education and fresh food for all of our neighbors. If you live in the community, we want to be your farmers!
Farm members choose a credit amount for their membership. Come June and throughout the harvest season, you spend that credit at the Troy Farm Stand or at our booth at the Northside Farmers’ Market. You select what you want, when you want it, and you support our efforts to improve access to fresh food and land-based education for all of our neighbors. Farm Stand Credit Options
  • $150 – for an individual or couple
  • $300 – for an individual or couple that really loves veggies or for a family that also grows some veggies in their own garden
  • $450 – for a small family
  • $600 – for a smaller family that loves to eat vegetables or for a larger family
Affordable Farm Membership: Income eligible members receive up to 75% discount off of farm membership. We accept SNAP benefits/Quest card for payment.
Farm memberships may be eligible for HMO rebate and payment plans are available to all members. For more information, visit the Fairshare CSA Coalition.
Joining Troy Farm supports food access for Madison residents! We are the only local farm to provide up to 75% off the price of farm membership to income limited families. Your standard price membership fee helps us provide discounted memberships through our Food Access Initiative. You can also donate directly to the Food Access Fund when you sign up for membership. Thank you to our partners at the Fairshare CSA Coalition for helping us fund and promote this important program.
Yes! Troy Farm accepts SNAP and WIC benefits. Additionally, all SNAP benefits are eligible for the Double Dollars Program (while funds are available).

A worker share volunteer helps the farm in the field or at our markets, and gets a free membership in return. Troy Farm offers a number of different worker shares. You can learn more and apply here.

Where to purchase

Troy Farm Stand

502 Troy Drive, Madison
Thursdays, 4pm-7pm
June 4 – October 15

Join us for Thursday Nights at Troy! During the farm season, our farm stand is more than just a place to find farm-fresh vegetables. It’s a community event including farm fresh prepared food, live music, fresh produce at the farm stand, fun activities, and tours of Troy Land and Gardens. Grab a picnic blanket and come join us!

Northside Farmers Market

1865 Northport Drive, Madison
Sundays, 8:30am-12:30pm
June 7 – October 18

The Northside Farmers Market has been bringing fresh, healthy food to the Northside of Madison for 15 years.



We started our sprout business in 2006. We are excited to grow something fresh that we can supply year-round. We offer a full line of sprouts, including mung beans, lentil mixes, peas, broccoli, and mixes with alfalfa and clover.

Customers can find our fresh sprouts year-round at several grocery stores in Madison including:

  • All three Willy Street Co-op locations
  • Metcalfe’s Market (Hilldale Shopping Center)
  • Eastside Hy-Vee at 3801 East Washington Ave.


We grow basil, thyme, mint, oregano, chives, sage, dill, cilantro, and parsley throughout the season.

Special thanks to our wholesale partners

We are MOSA-certified organic farm!

Apply for our
2020 Training Program

Our Training Program offers applicants the opportunity to gain hands-on skills in urban agriculture and garden education through work at Rooted programs.
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