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5 Reasons to Join our CSA Share
When searching for a community supported agriculture program to become a member of there are several things to consider, such as pricing, location, and direct benefits. While those practicalities are critical, there may also be more value-driven reasons to investigate when determining which CSA is right for you. While there are certainly specific practical reasonsContinue reading “5 Reasons to Join our CSA Share”
How to Make the Most of Your CSA Share
Congratulations – you signed up for a local community supported agriculture -or CSA – share from a local farm this season and you are excited about the plethora of fresh veggies that will be soon be gracing your table. Now is your chance to make the most of your CSA share. But wait – signingContinue reading “How to Make the Most of Your CSA Share”
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture – CSA for short – is a farming model where customers and farmers enter into a partnership for a growing season. Throughout the duration of the season, the farm provides customers, or members, with weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly agriculture products. This partnership provides a built-in market for the farm and their goods,Continue reading “What is a CSA?”
5 Ways to Incorporate More Greens in Your Meals
Countless studies indicate incorporating green, leafy vegetables into their diets every day has a significant effect on one’s well-being and health. Leafy greens are filled with critical vitamins and minerals that can help the body in resisting long-term diseases, like Type 2 Diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Yet, many of us, including myself, were not raisedContinue reading “5 Ways to Incorporate More Greens in Your Meals”
How to Store Your Vegetables
Are your veggies always spoiling before you get to enjoy them? This post will teach you about the ways to keep your veggies fresh.
Three Ways to Use Veggie Scraps
Trying to limit your kitchen waste? Here are 3 ways to get use out of veggie scraps that you might normally toss in the compost.