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Friday, June 26, 2009

Still Looking for a CSA?

Visit to view their new 2009 Chicagoland CSA guide:

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs offer an opportunity for farmers and consumers to truly connect. CSA farms are usually small enterprises, often family farms, growing food sustainably and committed to fresh, high-quality products. Consumers purchase a share of the farm’s crop at the beginning of the season. The farmer then delivers periodic (usually weekly) boxes or “shares” containing the best of what the growing season has to offer. Many CSA farms offer opportunities to visit the farm, further enhancing your connection to your food. Here are some CSA programs accessible to Chicagoland residents.

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