CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture
A CSA allows you to have a share in a community farm's harvest. All you need to do is find a CSA farm and determine how many shares you want and determine the pick up or drop off location.
For those of you who are local there are two great CSA opportunities with drop off locations at the International City Farmers' Market located at the corner of Watson and Davis, open on Thursdays from approximately 1 pm until dusk, year round.
CSA 1. Local Lands (Organic Non-GMO) Farm!
(400 Mack Paul Rd, Wrightsville, GA 31096)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Their current CSA program for Spring-Summer runs from March 29th-July 30, 2015 (17 weeks)
Step 1: Select the share you want
Step 2: Shop for products via their newsletter or web-store
Step 3: Determine your pick up location.
- Atlanta: Marietta Square Market & Avondale Estates Market on Sunday
- Macon: Mulberry Street Market on Wednesday
- Warner Robins: International City Farmers' Market on Thursday (see above)
A half share will consist of 8 biweekly deliveries for $260
A full share will consist of 17 weekly deliveries for $510
CSA 2. Evergreen East Farm
20044 U.S. 80 Danville, GA 31017
Contact: David Green: 478-972-1198 or Karla: 478-972-4466
Step 1: Contact the farm (see above)
Step 2: Choose which quantity of meat you prefer 8 lbs for 60 dollars or 16 lbs for 115 dollars.
For more information on how CSAs work click below
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