Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Frequenting your neighborhood farmer’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, they’re an incredibly convenient way to buy fresh and seasonal foods – everything from tomatoes to fresh flowers to cheese to apple pie.

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Winniford Family Farm, LLC
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Rice, WA

Small family farm focusing on Certified Naturally Grown vegetable farming and small scale, pasture raised animal husbandry.Pick up locations in Hay...

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Kristine W. Kristine W.
Allenbrooke Farms
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Spring Hill, TN

I was looking for reviews of this farm after my " interesting" experience with this CSA provider because maybe I thought it was normal. I agree wit...

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Sally D. Sally D.
State of Harmony Farm
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Sanford, FL

My friend told me about this farm and I'm so glad she did. It's really nice to have a local farm where I know the person who grows my food. Every...

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Amanda F. Amanda F.