Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a new idea in farming, one that has been gaining momentum since its introduction to the United States from Europe in the mid-1980s. The CSA concept originated in the 1960s in Switzerland and Japan, where consumers interested in safe food and farmers seeking stable markets for their crops joined together in economic partnerships. Today, CSA farms in the U.S., known as CSAs, currently number more than 400. Most are located near urban centers in New England, the Mid-Atlantic states, and the Great Lakes region, with growing numbers in other areas, including the West Coast.
WHAT: ~ One Time, Monthly or Seasonal CSA Box Subscription of Certified Organic Produce
~ Full (9-11 items) or Mini (7-9 items). The mini box is smaller amounts of an item or less items.
COST: Sliding scale. Each item has two different prices to provide a sliding scale option. All Full Boxes contain the same contents and all Mini boxes contain the same contents. We encourage subscribers to purchase at the highest level then can afford to help us sustain the farm.
~ Tuesday through Thursday drop offs must make their order by 8pm on Mondays.
~ Saturday drop offs must make their order by 11pm on Thursdays.
~ Sunday drop offs must make their order by 11pm on Fridays.
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE: Choose a box option (one-time, monthly or season). Choose a Pick up Location (please note those that must be paid by paypal). Choose a payment option. Enter billing information and shipping information as same address (we will not ship, just a formality), and payment chose (cash, check or paypal).
WHERE: Please check out locations here: http://www.localharvest.org/csa/M23484
FOR MORE INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-249-5240