Posts Tagged ‘Community Supported Agriculture’

Tired of the “record-breaking” cold February temperatures?  Close your eyes…imagine the smell of a warm, ripe tomato…now, bite into it and let the juices run down your chin…  Feel warmer?  Keep thinking about the warmth of spring and summer and the bountiful vegetable harvests that, believe it or not, will grow out there soon enough!  Feel better?

We feel warmer and uplifted as we peruse seed catalogues and plan this year’s crops.  This is also the time of year when we welcome registration for the 2015 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) membership. For those who are interested in eating locally grown produce at its best, fresh and in season, consider becoming a CSA member.

The CSA model is a mutually beneficial arrangement between producers and consumers. It allows people to become members of a farm and in so doing, engage in their agricultural community. After growing vegetables in partnership with CSA members for 7 years, we recognize the importance of this arrangement both financially and socially in building a sustainable and local agriculture. It is unlikely that we would be farming today if it were not for the Community Supported Agriculture model.

If you are interested in finding out more about our CSA offering, please review the material listed on our CSA Registration Page. We have also put together a list of FAQs to help answer some common questions. If, after reviewing the information provided, you have any further questions, please be in touch – fiddlefootfarm@gmail.com

 

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