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This Week's Box

Week of 10/16 thru 10/23


Apples Mix

Oranges Valencia

Dates Medjool

Onions Lage Yellow

Grapes Concord

Tomatillo De Milpa

Tomato Early Girl

Butternut Squash

Delicata Squash

Kale Baby Green Bags

Arugula Bag

Large boxes: Mesclun Mix, Pepper Anaheim

Thank You for the Support!! 9/29/17

 *A kind reminder to return your recyclable box & ice-pack to the location you pick up.

Please note that boxes can vary from day to day, depending on Mother Nature and what is and isn't ripe enough to harvest.  If you are missing any of these items, we have included more of something else to compensate.  

Community Supported Agriculture

Buying your food locally.

Buying locally is the simple concept of buying food tht is produced, grown, or raised as close to your home as possible.

The advantages are incredible (and edible):

  • Local farmers can offer produce varieties bred for taste and freshness rather than for shipping and long shelf life. (Taste and freshness? What a concept!)
  • Family farms are part of the American tradition of self-sufficiency and should serve as the basis of all local communities. No brainer: When you buy food from a local farm, your money stays in, and helps support your local community.
  • When you buy food locally you reduce energy consumption. Local food doesn't have to travel far. Food, on average, travels 1500-2500 miles from farm to table. Buying locally helps to lower energy consumption by reducing transportation and storage, both of which are very energy-intensive and contribute to the pollution of our air and water.
  • Certified Farmers' Markets are instrumental in preserving the diversity of California agriculture by providing marketing outlets for the small acreage growers of heirloom, culinary, ethnic, and specialty crops not widely grown on a large scale or found at traditional food sources.

The two best ways to buy locally (and support local farms) is to shop at your local Farmers Market and join the CSA Communitiy Supported Agriculture) movement.