CSA: an adventure with local food in Atlanta, Georgia

Small Farms CSA on Wordpress We are getting delicious, healthy food through our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) in Atlanta and (bonus!) supporting our local farmers.

Each week last Fall, I posted pictures and details about what we received from the Small Farms CSA (run by the Love is Love farm) in our regular 13-week session ($350 produce + $100 meat).

You can read the reports on our Fall harvests below, as well as learning more about the upcoming 17-week Spring 2011 session ($435 produce + $100 meat).

Spring 2011 Session Details

Excerpted from the 17-week Spring 2011 Membership agreement:

Produce Share ($435)

  • non-produce: local eggs & goat cheese chevre
  • arugula,
  • beans,
  • beets,
  • blueberries,
  • broccoli,
  • carrots,
  • chard,
  • cherry tomatoes,
  • crowder peas,
  • cucumbers,
  • eggplant,
  • fennel,
  • figs,
  • garlic,
  • kale,
  • kohl rabi,
  • lettuces,
  • okra,
  • pac choi,
  • potatoes,
  • salad radishes,
  • summer squash,
  • sweet basil,
  • sweet onions,
  • sweet peppers,
  • sweet potato greens,
  • sweet turnips,
  • tomatoes, and
  • watermelon.

Meat share ($100)

  • distributed (frozen) every other week
  • in total, includes:
    • 8 lbs. pork sausage (Tamworth, heritage breed, pork sausage from Evie’s Country Garden)
    • 6 lbs. ground beef (grass-fed ground beef from Country Garden Farms in Newnan, GA)
    • 2 whole chickens (pastured, from Country Garden Farms in Newnan, GA.

Fall 2010 Harvest Details

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