A CSA is a direct relationship between the farmer and the eater. No intermediaries. It’s a novel way for the eater to help the farmer and vice-versa the eater gaining access to fresh, seasonally grown foods at an affordable price.
This is a press release that we received from LocalHarvest, a direct farm to eater organization announcing a software tool they have created to help CSA farmers keep their accounting management under control.
You join a CSA every year, buy eggs fresh from the farmer at the market, and you only buy locally-sourced, pastured pork and beef. But what about that salmon on your grill this summer? Do you know the waters from which it came, know the fisherman who hauled it in?
After a disastrous fire, a community came together to raise money which led to a new barn for Pete’s Greens in Craftsbury, Vermont.
What does clean food mean to you?
Riding in the hot July sun I could smell basil more than a quarter mile from Tantré Farm. Excerpt 7.
This episode tells the story of several different small scale farmers in and around Lucan, Minnesota, located 150 miles South West of the Twin Cities.
It’s known that banks typically will not loan money to someone who wants to buy farmland in order to farm it. But, new opportunities seem to be surfacing.
In Farm Together Now, authors Amy Franceschini and Anne Hamersky talk to 20 sustainable farmers and write about their experiences.
“to farmers about their engagement in sustainable food production, public policy and community organizing efforts.
February 20, 2010 Denise O’Brien has begun a new series on the Blog for Iowa website about sustainable agriculture. O’Brien (co-founder of Women, Food & Agriculture Network) and her husband Larry Harris have been growing organic produce for over 30 years and sell through their Rolling Acres CSA. She will be discussing the different issues […]