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Boxed out

One writer’s struggle with her weekly community-supported agriculture spoils

By Lovelle Harris

Originally published in Sacramento News & Review on 04.22.10

While I delight in the culinary process… 576 more words

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Yes…I definitely planted too much in the greenhouse. Things are starting to get busy at the farm as the days get warmer. More and more birds are appearing in the gardens and all those seeds that I have planted over the past 6 weeks are making an appearance and growing quickly. 301 more words

Sign Ups are Going Well!

We have begun signing up members for this year’s CSA. Many of last year’s members are returning and there are many new members who heard about us through friends or family members or have seen our flyers or ads. 258 more words

CSA

winter csa share – week 10 {april 10}

Welcome to the 10th week of the Pitchfork & Crow Winter CSA!

Here’s what’s in the share:

  • Garlic - This variety is called Chesnok Red, though smaller cloves than the Music variety we have been giving you, it’s flavorful and great for cooking.
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Salem, Oregon

Transition Farm Community Supported Agriculture

One of the first things to do when trying to avoid the supermarkets is to find somewhere to get all
your fruit and veggies. Probably most readily available option is to go to the local fruit and veg shop, or to go to a farmers market if you can find one nearby. 320 more words

How do you grow a grower?

Just when you think it is safe to live, a new study is published saying that eating a minimum of five portions of fruit and vegetables a day is not enough; the minimum portions needed to be healthy is now seven.  273 more words

Sketching

From "Nutty" to Nouveau - What's The Big Deal About Organic Produce?

Write-Up & Photos by Jacqueline Bennett newsandviewsjb

Organic farming has gone from “nutty” to noveau. For the rising numbers of American consumers concerned about the use of growth hormones and application of synthetic organic pesticides in conventional produce, and preservation of American farms, now is the time of year to shop for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) organic farm to join. 629 more words

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