Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Frequenting your neighborhood farmerâ€™s market is a great way to support local agriculture and reduce your food miles. But what if you want to go further? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the option preferred by eco-enthusiasts looking for practical solutions to their food problems that also benefit local farmers and the environment over the long term. Plus, theyâ€™re an incredibly convenient way to buy fresh and seasonal foods â€“ everything from tomatoes to fresh flowers to cheese to apple pie.
<p>Just what exactly is a CSA and how does it work? Get the basics on how CSAs encourage sustainable food production in your community and how that can benefit you and your family.</p>
<p>Hear first-hand testimonials via video interviews of actual CSA subscribers to get a taste for what it’s like to be involved in community supported agriculture.</p>
<p>Don’t underestimate the power of organic. It’s way better for the planet, healthier for you, and kinder for animals. Find out how organic food is grown and why you make sure its in your grocery basket.</p>
<p>Where your food comes from is a big deal considering the fossil fuels required to ship it. Local foods come with fewer travel miles, but they also taste better, too. Get yours here.</p>
<p>If you’ve never considered the hazards of conventional food farming, don’t wait another minute. Your health and that of the planet depends on it.</p>
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