Community Supported Agriculture: What to expect when you join a farm

Please take a look at this informative video from a CSA group in the USA.

Becoming a member of a community supported farm can be a challenge as well as a joy. Gary Brever of Ploughshare Farm, Kate Stout of North Creek Community Farm, and Margaret Marshall of Featherstone Farm explain the risks and rewards of membership.

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2 Responses to Community Supported Agriculture: What to expect when you join a farm

  1. Anonymous says:

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