Blog Posts - Community Supported Agriculture



Navigating the World of CSA’s

In case you’ve never heard of the term CSA before, it stands for Community Supported Agriculture.  The idea is that a farmer can sell a share of his expected crops to a person within the local community.  That person, in turn, receives a we...
by Mommie Cooks on Apr 23, 2016

Start the Weekend Right Link Series – Volume #4, Edition #2

Last week’s Start the Weekend Right Link Series featured many articles that I bookmarked way back in 2011. This week, I am posting some links to some more recent articles. In fact, most of these articles are from the last month or two. I hope t...
by JerseySmarts.com on Mar 19, 2016

Whole Foods Market Sarasota and Geraldson Community Farms “Field to Fork” Dinner Event!

I was provided 2 complimentary tickets to attend this event, opinions expressed are that of my own. Thanks to Whole Foods Market Sarasota and Geraldson Community Farms, I was invited this past week to attend a dinner to sample locally grown organic...
by Frugal and Fun Mom on Apr 25, 2014

Farm Day!

We went on a little field trip the other day. Our local CSA (community supported agriculture) works with Hunter Cattle Company and just so happened to do a Facebook blast about their farm day. Being foodies who miss the farm, we had to go. And so, we...
by See Hubby Cook on Sep 23, 2013

FARM SHARING: Community gardening on the farm

So what exactly is farm sharing? It brings together farmers who have untended parcels and individuals who’d like to create thriving gardens in those spaces. […] The post FARM SHARING: Community gardening on the farm appeared first on The Mind...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 27, 2013

Resource Of The Week: 20 Websites For Finding Local Food, Family Farms, Markets, Stands, Co-Ops, And More Near You

These days, I pay more attention to the source, quality, and cost of the food I consume than I used to (still have a long way to go however). I have to thank my wonderful girlfriend for getting me started on the “right track” here. And I...
by Survival And Prosperity on Mar 23, 2013

Newborn Calf!

 So I'm a little late getting these pics up on the blog. These pics were taken on the day this little guy was born. He was only a few hours old when I took the picture on the left. Later that evening, we separated him from his mothe...
by Clover Creek Farm on Dec 6, 2012

A Beautiful Fall Day

Caramel grazing next to the hay pasture.  I just wanted to put up a blog post to share with you some photos that I took right here on Clover Creek Farm! It was a beautiful fall day and the leaves hadn't all fallen yet. The mountains were in an...
by Clover Creek Farm on Nov 27, 2012

Teach Your Children Well… and Join a CSA

This is my family’s fifth season as CSA (community supported agriculture) members with Denison Farms  in Upstate New York. From early June through October each year we share in the bounty, or loss of hurricane damaged crops, with the Denison Farm...
by Albany Kid Family Travel on Oct 2, 2012

Teach Your Children Well… and Join a CSA

This is my family’s fifth season as CSA (community supported agriculture) members with Denison Farms  in Upstate New York. From early June through October each year we share in the bounty, or loss of hurricane damaged crops, with the Denison Farm...
by Albany Kid Family Travel on Oct 2, 2012

How to Shop at a Farmer's Market

Image via Wikipedia 10 Easy Steps: how to shop at a farmer's market. 1.) Know your seasons--don't expect to find green beans in the spring. When you already know what to expect when you go to the farmer's market, you won't be disapointed when they do...
by Clover Creek Farm on Mar 15, 2012

Corn Fields Environmentally Beneficial???

Image via WikipediaImage via WikipediaImage via Wikipedia Well I've been hearing a lot about this business that one acre of corn soaks up 8 tons of harmful greenhouse gas. Excuse me if I'm a little cynical, but according to the World Resources Insti...
by Clover Creek Farm on Feb 6, 2012


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