Tag Archives: CSA

The State of the Garlic

I got an e-mail from my friend Janet yesterday.  She writes: “I got notification that my CSA will start June 12th.  I am looking forward to it.  They are already starting plants.  I will look into the winter one at … Continue reading

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Helen and the CSA

I have written about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) more than once on this blog.  It’s Friday; it’s been a long week and for folks with tired eyes, Community Sponsored Agriculture is a different model of food delivery with fewer hand-offs. … Continue reading

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Crazy For Carrots

I love local food.  Some people might call me a locavore.  I’m not a member of the slow food movement per se, but I think smaller and closer is better when it comes to the foods I eat.  I try … Continue reading

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Pomposity: Just Another Post About CSA

I got off the phone with one of my favorite Victory Gardeners the other day and said “Pomposity!”  My conversation with him made me realize I had assumed everyone knew what I meant when I wrote about Community Sponsored Agriculture … Continue reading

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CSA Day at the Winter Market was terrific!  I picked up some information about the local CSA’s on the Seacoast and have posted the information on the Victory Garden bulletin board. Brookford Farm was selling their own delicious cottage cheese … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – I Wake Up Screaming!

Once again, I was reading garden books before bed, hoping to inspire pastoral dreams.  Last night it didn’t work and no sheep peacefully grazed on green pastures.  I woke up fitfully, thinking about my day job and why someone should … Continue reading

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