Many CSAs (an acronym for Community Supported Agriculture) offer fruit and vegetable shares that start in May and June, and last through the fall. CSA members buy a "share" in a farm, which means they not only get a box of fresh produce, but also get to invest in the local farm. Throughout the growing season, members pick up their food (which has also branched out into eggs, meat, cheese, flowers, and more). Have you already joined a CSA or plan to? And if so, let us know where and what farm. Take the poll! »
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