Have You Signed Up for Your CSA Yet? Be Informed!

It’s that time again—to sign up for a CSA share with a local farm. But is a CSA really right for you? Find out more here.



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A Healthier Way of Cooking & Eating!

Thinking about signing up for a CSA share this coming CSA Day on February 24th? Bounty from the Box: The CSA Farm Cookbook is your how-to manual, whether you get a CSA box, shop at a farmers market, or grow your own. With over 90 fruits, vegetables, and herbs covered in over 360 delicious, easy recipes, Bounty from the Box bridges the gap between farmers and eaters! For a limited time only to celebrate CSA Day, get 15% off our book when you order here using the promo code CSADay15.
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Summer CSA Box

Is a CSA Right for You?

It’s that time again—community-supported agriculture (CSA) farms across the country and consumers alike are courting one another in this busy spring CSA sign-up season. But there are choices to be made—whether to commit to a CSA box through a single local farmer; keep things more flexible by shopping at your local farmers market, food co-op, or online through a farm aggregator; or just grow your own. As it turns out, there are no right and wrong answers here. CSAs are not for everyone, and they are a big commitment for both subscribers and their farms. This blog post takes a closer look at whether a CSA is a good option for you.  Read More

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Baker Creek Rare Seeds

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The company has become a tool to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage. The company and seeds have been featured in The New York TimesThe Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, O: The Oprah Magazine, NPR, Martha Stewart, and many others. If you're looking for that long-lost heirloom vegetable, fruit, flower, or herb, you might just find it here—and so much more. Learn more ›

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