I’ve been hearing from some CSA farms (Community Supported Agriculture) that they still have shares available for the upcoming season. To learn more about how most CSAs work, read our previous post.
These are the farms who still have shares available. Give them a call or email to find out more.
April showers bring May flowers? Then what does April snow bring? Jeez. Let’s hope for the best!
Lots of interesting things happening this week, food-wise. Here are some tidbits I’ve been collecting for your munching.
A new Community-Supported-Agriculture (CSA) farm begins its first season. Welcome to Sandbrook Meadow Farm located on 50 acres [...]
It’s a new year, and surprisingly I’m in a good mood about it. I usually burrow in this time of year, grumbling about the cold and longing for the appearance of spring vegetables and baseball season. Allow me one last look at 2010, however, as we celebrate positive food trends in our neck of [...]
Believe it or not, if you want to join a CSA farm next year, NOW is a good time to get on their waiting lists for 2011. I wrote a post last spring all about CSAs, and I’ll excerpt some of it here. But go to the post for a [...]
Okay, so you let things slide. You meant to join one of those community-supported-whatever farms. And now that gorgeous local produce is literally starting to pop-up, it’s too late. All the shares are sold.
Not so! Open Acres, Bucks County’s newest CSA (community-supported-agriculture) farm, still has shares available. This is your chance [...]
As I sit here writing, appropriately in my kitchen, I look out into my backyard and see the buds on the rhododendron. It’s sunny – for a change – and I’m seeing lots of green. I’m quite amazed, in fact, at the amount of green – chartreuse, really – that I see on my neighbors’ [...]
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