I believe strongly that CSA farms should require some level of member participation. If you have never seen where your food is growing, how do you feel any ownership for the farm? I am a working member on Oakley Laurel Farm. Once a week I drive out to Castle Hayne and work with Robb Prichard. There we are growing fall crops like bok choi, broccoli, leeks, and, my favorite, brussels sprouts.
Unlike me, other members may not enjoy digging in the dirt, but there are so many ways to participate. Maybe your job could be orienting new members. Maybe you could pick up the boxes and drive them to the distribution site. We choose to be CSA members because we want fresh, local foods. We believe in creating systems of farming that foster values in the physical, social and economic aspects of farming. Shouldn't we see it in action?