Picking what is in a CSA Share

What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a popular way to buy local, wholesome, farm fresh food directly from the farmer. A CSA is a mutual commitment to locally grown food. CSA Members are saying that they want food grown in their community by people who live and contribute to the community. Farmers are committing to providing fresh to their CSA members. Getting food directly from the farm seems so sensible.

Supporting us supports our Kitsap economy. Your pledge to support our farming operation gives spiritual as well as economic support. Together we share a connection with the Earth: healing of the Earth and ourselves. You also help us maintain bio-diversity. Industrial farmers must chose their varieties based on a long shelf life, which often means GMO seeds. Your support helps us plant and grow varieties of vegetables, some heritage types, that are chosen for the Kitsap growing season, nutrition, and, most of all, flavor.

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