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CSA – What’s that?
CSA stand for Community Supported Agriculture
Many of our agricultural vendors run such programs that allow you to become a partner, in a sense, with the farm. For a yearly fee you can buy a share of the farm and in return you are provided with the bounty of the farm in a seasonally, weather dependent, right sized way. Many have on-farm pickup while some have delivery options. Some shares feed just one person while others can feed a family.
Hot dry weather is great for peppers and tomatoes but makes it hard to grow spinach but cool spring weather is a great time for chard and spinach and lettuces. Belonging to a CSA bring you the benefit of getting great produtcts while keeping in tune with the farm, the seasons and the vagueries of the weather.
Many meat vendors also have CSA to bring you meat harvested throughout the year.
Some of our vendors that have CSA
Echo Hill Farm
Luna Blue Farm
Cedar Circle Farm
Contact the farms for details. Visit a listing of our vendors at
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