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  1. Kitchen Basics
    We decided to take out our veggie garden this year ~ the squirrels ate everything and I refused to go in it because the snakes loved to lay in there so it was an easy decision. We figured we would just go to the farm stands since there are so many goods ones but it takes about 45 minutes or...
  2. Green Living
    This topic was brought up before in response to a post by me, I looked further into it and the very next day I found out my Organic Co-op (which is also a farm) is starting this year a CSA Farm. However, the shares go for $776 EACH! Is this alot? I have no idea how to compare it or to figure...
  3. General Chat
    I have a chance to join one and I'm just trying to figure out if it's *really* worth the money. What are the things you like and dislike about it?
  4. Frugal Living
    I bought a single share for the whole year ($330) in a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm this spring. The websites says that a single share should provide enough veggies and herbs for one or two people for a week. They also said that the most complaints they've had is people getting too...
  5. Green Living
    For the past year or so, I've been curious about CSA. Unfortunately, every time I look into it, the shares are sold. Ive got my own garden, but it would be neat to get the different veggies that I don't grow. Does anyone here participate? For those that are unsure what CSA is - it's...
  6. Homesteading and gardening
    I'm not sure if this fits under "Gardening" or not...but I just picked up my first box of veggies this afternoon. My car smelled HEAVENLY of garlic and onions on the way home! I have 6 very large bags STUFFED with 3 kinds of lettuce, also garlic, onions, sugar snap peas, fresh honey, and some...
  7. Question and Answer
    I saw this mentioned in another thread and checked the attached link (localharvest.org) and found one near my area (dh would have to drive down Fridays after work for pickup, but it isn't too far from where he works). This particular one has eggs, produce (veggies, corn, herbs), fish, chicken...
  8. Green Living
    http://www.fullcirclefarm.org/csa.html I got my first box today. I ordered a "small" box (usually a family of 2) for $28 and this what I got. ALL are organic and many are local. Mushrooms - 2 bags of 6 oz each (I chose not to receive mint and instead get a double portion of mushrooms. Salad...
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