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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
What's a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.
How It Works
Local farmers sell shares in their famers to the public. Usually, shares include of a box of fruits and vegetables. Some farms offer honey, meats, and other products that they have available. When you buy a share, you receive produce every week throughout the growing season. All products are fresh and locally produced.
Benefits for CSA Members
- Fresh, locally sourced food that has great flavor and is vitamin rich
- Pick up your share each week from the SMC Campus Center
- Learn about a variety of vegetables and how to prepare them
- Meet the local farmers and people who grow your food - visit your farm!