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Community Supported Agriculture

Participating in community-supported agriculture can be an easy way to get farm-fresh local produce. Find out if CSA - where you buy a share in a local farm's harvest - is right for you and how to find one in your area.

10 Questions to Ask When Joining a CSA
Join the CSA (community-supported agriculture) that right for you with these questions to ask the farm and yourself.

What Is CSA?
Get a definition of community-supported agriculture.

10 Benefits of Community Supported Agriculture
Ever wondered why people bother joining a CSA (community supported agriculture)? Learn about the benefits of CSA here.

What to Know When You Join Community Supported Agriculture
What to know once you've joined a CSA.

Readers' Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Boxes
See what people got in their CSA shares – and share yours!

5 Tips for Pick Your Own Farm Visits
Make the most of your trip to a "pick your own" farm with these practical tips.

Readers' Best Pick Your Own Tips (U-Pick Tips)
What's your advice for people headed out to pick your own or u-pick farms? Get and share tips at Local Foods.

San Francisco Bay Area Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
San Francisco Bay Area residents have a lot of extremely fine CSAs to choose from.

Southern California CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture)
Find a CSA in Southern California that works for you with this guide.

Delaware Community Supported Agriculture
Below is the beginning of a listing of CSAs in Delaware. Have a favorite farm near you? Email me and tell me about it!

Hawaii Community Supported Agriculture
Most Hawaiian CSAs have staples that would be familiar to Mainlanders (carrots, green beans, spinach), except they're on offer much more of the year and are joined by tropical crops like ginger, taro, and fruits of all kinds.

Colorado CSAs
Find a community supported agriculture program in Colorado.

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