I am totally new to the idea of Community Supported Agriculture or CSA's, but am curious and drawn to them as a way of buying local and having a steady supply of fresh, healthy foods.
From what I understand the beginning of the year is the best time to jump into a CSA, before the growing season starts.
I have a link here for more info on the program offered by Lone Maple Farms below, but would be curious to know if anyone out there has had experience with a CSA, can recommend any and / or offer suggestions of things to avoid or go for...? www.lonemaplefarm.com/csa/
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