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Relating to the seasons and how they affect food availability and quality, growing conditions for community supported agriculture (CSA) farmers, locality; also covers seasonal traditions and food rituals celebrated in the spring, summer, winter, and fall

2021 Inspiring Tips for Eating Healthier with Your CSA Box

2021 Inspiring Tips for Eating Healthier with Your CSA Box

We’re looking forward to 2021 with these tips for eating healthier with a CSA box from your local farm with a tumultuous year behind us. As with so much of our daily lives, the coronavirus pandemic has given new meaning to eating healthier.

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A Coming of Spring: Rhubarb

A Coming of Spring: Rhubarb

You know that spring has sprung when you start seeing the huge crimson or rose-blush stalks of rhubarb laid out on the farmers market table, or perhaps vigorously growing in your own garden beneath enormous leaves. In the Western Hemisphere, rhubarb typically comes...

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The Case for Not Cooking

The Case for Not Cooking

Did you make New Year's resolutions to improve your health this year? If so, how is it going now that we're nearly a month into 2018? Are you feeling good about yourself sticking with diet, exercise, yoga, meditation, or other wellness changes? Did those plans include...

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Giving Differently This Holiday

Giving Differently This Holiday

As the countdown of shopping days begins and many of us start to plan holiday meal menus, it’s easy to get caught up in the search for perfect gifts and just the right recipes. I don’t do a lot of holiday gift giving or entertaining, but a column I read on...

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Seasonality: A True Definition

Seasonality: A True Definition

This guest post is by Jack Hedin, farmer and owner of Featherstone Farm, one of the largest CSA farms in southeastern Minnesota. The farm produces around 70 varieties of fresh market fruits and vegetables for distribution to natural food stores, wholesalers, and CSA...

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