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This article also includes the best resources for finding each of these great food sources!
If you don’t have the time, space, interest, or desire to grow all of your own food, then you’re in luck! There are several options that will help you, your family, and your community. Now, I’m not going to go into a long diatribe about mass produced, long haul food. Just for arguments sake, I’m going to assume we all agree that buying food locally from farmers we know, and farms we could actually visit, is a pretty good thing.
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)
CSA farms have been around for over 25 years, but most people I talk to have never heard of them. It’s like the garden stock market; you buy shares with a local farmer and those shares stake your claim to a portion of the bounty. Each week of the season you will receive a box of farm fresh goodness. Some CSAs will...