Community Crops Announces Seasonal CSA Options, Registration Now Open
What’s better than the crisp crunch of a winter carrot? Or the sweet, candy flavor of frost-kissed spinach? Or a fresh salad mix picked on a cool autumn morning? If you can’t think of much better, then the Crops Winter CSA is for you. The 2017 Winter CSA will begin October and end mid-December.
What’s CSA? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) projects are a great way for you to support local farmers and get a variety of very fresh, nutritious vegetables and herbs throughout the growing season. You know exactly where your produce comes from and the people who grow it for you.
What will you get? *Rocking Root Vegetables *Great Greens like Kale, Collards, and Swiss Chard *Wondrous Winter Squash *Delicate Salad Greens *Eggs and Honey (included as a choice, not an add on!) *Newsletters filled with recipes sent to your inbox.
New this year! The Thanksgiving Cornucopia ($50) is a one-time drop box happening the week of Thanksgiving. You can expect to receive a diverse selection of greens, storage roots, winter squash, and herbs to help make your Thanksgiving feast a delicious event!
For more information and to register, visit communitycrops.org/gardens/csa/.