Tag: community supported agriculture
Project GROWS will bring fresh produce to the Valley through its fourth annual Community Supported Agriculture program.
Today we’re going to go over some tips to make sure you get the very most out of your CSA veggies. There should be nothing going to waste!
It may be winter, but many Virginia farms are planning for the warmer, bountiful months ahead and offering Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscriptions for the upcoming season.
Project GROWS, a non-profit farm located in Augusta County, recently announced that it is offering the community another season of fresh, local produce through its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program in 2014.
The new year is a time for planning ahead—for both farmers and consumers. For Virginia households that are interested in joining a community-supported agriculture business in 2013, now is the time to register and pay for a share of locally grown foods that will be available later in the year.
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org You might find out what a tomato is actually supposed to taste like. That’s one advantage to community supported agriculture. “It’s picked fresh that day, so you end up with an incredibly fresh selection of vegetables that have not been treated with Clorox to preserve them,” said David Beebe, […]
It’s not quite perfect – somebody still has to drive the food to the pickup points in Lexington and Staunton each week, and most likely you’re going to drive there to get it and take it back home.