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What is a CSA?
CSA stands for ¡°Community Supported Agriculture¡±. In short, it is a partnership between farmers and consumers.
Similar to share-holders in a company, CSA members pay a seasonal fee up front which pays for supplies and labor at the farm. In return,
the member receives an abundant box of beautiful, organically grown vegetables, harvested that very same day, and delivered to
a pick-up point every week. It is a way to support local farming, build community and relationships, and to feed our
bodies with healthy, life-giving food.
Studies show that our world is becoming more toxic every day. Conventional farming methods are also stripping the land of vital
By eating organically, you are eating food that is void of herbicides, pesticides, ground water pollution, or artificial fertilizers.
At the same time, by eating what is locally in season, you body reconnects with the rhythms of nature.
Quite simply, organic food tastes better and is better for you.
When and where do I pick up my box?
Pick-up is weekly, beginning
May 20 and continuing every week until Oct. 28, 2010
We will pick up our vegetables this year at the parking lot of Christ Presbyterian Church located at 1230 Rossview Rd.
directly across the street from Rossview High School and half a mile off Exit 8 on I-24.
Thursdays from 5:30pm-6:30 pm.
How do I join?
To join, just sign-up by
contacting Andy at;
firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (931) 627-1532
What is the Cost?
The fee is
$700 for full shares and $400 for half shars
The Season is 24 weeks long.
A full box share is one full box of vegetables delivered to the pick-up location every week.
One full box is designed to feed a family of four for the week,
A half-box share is also one full box of vegetables;
however, this full box is delivered to the pick-up location
every other week rather than every week.
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