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Tip 49: Looking to join a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program? Filter your results by CSA to see all the farms near you that offer one! #findmysoilmate

Tip Looking to join a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program? Filter your results by CSA to see all the farms near you that offer one!

Dear Modern Farmer, I’ve been growing flowers and vegetables on my small farm just for my family, but I’d like to start a CSA (community supported agriculture) program — maybe just a dozen shares to start, and then grow over time.  Thanks, C. S. Aggie Dear Aggie, Assuming you are talking about a single-farm

How Do I Legally Start a CSA?

Dear Modern Farmer, I’ve been growing flowers and vegetables on my small farm…

Getting your food from the region you live in can be good for the environment, good for the local economy, and good for our communities and souls

New York And California Are Conspicuously Absent From One Ranking Of Coolness

The second-annual Locavore Index was released recently by Strolling of the Heifers comparing the number of farmers markets, CSAs and food hubs.

Here's 3 simple garden crafts they can do using tin cans. Add colorful decor to your garden with a kid's touch. The first project is tin can wind chimes. Simply paint the cans and hang them in a place where it's breezy. Use cans of various sizes for a more tailored looked. String them together for flexibility to move in the wind. The second project is to make a tin can... FULL ARTICLE & VIDEOS @ http://organicfarmingreport.com/have-tin-cans-heres-something-genius-your-kids-can-do-with-them/

How to Start and Run a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Group A CSA group can be fulfilling and profitable if you are willing to invest.

Buy local and support your local farmer – get involved with your nearest CSA today! #buylocal

From Farm to Table – CSAs Pave the Way to a Greener, Healthier Future

Buy local and support your local farmer – get involved with your nearest CSA today! #buylocal

From the Ground to the Table: Community Supported Agriculture #Infographic #Agriculture

From the Ground to the Table: Community Supported Agriculture #Infographic

How to Start a CSA or Community Supported Agriculture Share Program

Start a Community Supported Agriculture Share Program

Community supported agriculture programs, commonly called CSAs or farm shares, are a great way to market your farm products. More than just a box of veggies, some CSAs are getting very creative about how and what they offer their shareholders.

Great article on the benefits of joining a CSA. CSAs (community supported agriculture programs) provide a direct link between local farmers and consumers by allowing members to purchase a share of a farmer’s crop before it’s produced each season. You can find one in your area here...  http://www.localharvest.org/

Great article on the benefits of joining a CSA. CSAs (community supported agriculture programs) provide a direct link between local farmers and consumers by allowing members to purchase a share of a farmer’s crop before it’s produced each season.

Eating seasonally is easier than you think and doesn't necessarily mean you can only eat what is growing outside at a certain time. Learn more about preserving your harvest, identifying seasonal foods, and the health benefits associated with this dietary change.

How to Eat With The Seasons

Review: Sustainable Market Farming, Pam Dawling, market gardening, how to sell at farmer's market, beginning, starting a CSA, kitchen, answers to, how to grow veggies, vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce

Q&A with market gardener and author Pam Dawling

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