You Should Know

July 2012 Issue

CSAs Offer More Variety and Flexibility

There’s no better time than summer to enjoy the freshest, healthiest, most fabulous food grown in gardens and local farms. If the backyard garden isn’t already working overtime during these long hot days, a Community Supported (or Shared) Agriculture membership is a great alternative or complement. The rise in food awareness and its sources has increased the interest in and number of CSAs, making them more accessible and convenient than ever before.

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