In case you missed it, here’s a great article about Community Supported Agriculture (like our own Boulder Knoll Community Farm!) from today’s Hartford Courant.
In Connecticut, Community-Supported Agriculture Gaining In Popularity
Shawn R. Beals, Hartford Courant
April 13, 2010
Once a week, people drive out to the farm to pick up their prepaid share — a bag or a box of fresh produce grown right there. They chat with the farmer who has planted the seeds and turned the soil that produced their tomatoes or peppers or squash.
These customers are partaking in community-supported agriculture, known as CSA. Ten years ago, there were fewer than 10 CSA farms in Connecticut. Today, there are more than 40.