In a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, local consumers become farm members by paying a given amount of money at the beginning of the season, either as a lump sum or as installments. The Gator CSA program hosts four farms, and engages the campus community on food sustainability as well as to provide a convenient way to acquire local produce.
Our Founding Farmer, Mike Kandefer, proudly standing amongst a few of his DIVINE heirloom and organic tomato plants! Urban Oaks Organic Farm in New Britain Connecticut 225 Oak Street in New Britain, Connecticut 06051 firstname.lastname@example.org 860.223.6200 http://www.blog.urbanoaks.org/
Marketing Your CSA- Bright Agrotech -Thinking of starting a Community Supported Agriculture program for your hydroponically-produced fresh greens and herbs? Great idea, but don’t get started too fast! With you in mind, Bright Agrotech has recently published a CSA Grower’s Packet. This is blog post three of four to highlight what a CSA grower needs to succeed. If you can’t wait, download the entire packet here.