Support Your Local Organic Farmer through Community Supported Agriculture!
Whether it happens in your own backyard, down the street or in a nearby town, supporting your local farmer is a viable way to defund Big Agra, diffuse the production of food and help vitalize the availability of healthy and sustainable food (including Organic and other responsible systems of raising food).
Membership in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) sustains local farmers
Thats why Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) can be a useful model. This form of food production and distribution relies upon a voluntary network of community members who agree to buy into a particular farmers crop and, in turn, receive a weekly (or regular) share of the fruits of his labor, or in this case, fruits and vegetables.
Community shares are also a viable option for dairy producers most notably raw milk producers as well as meat, egg, honey and just about any other kind of producer.
Wikipedia defines Community Supported Agriculture (or Community-Shared Agriculture) as:
an alternative, locally-based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA also refers to a particular network or association of individuals who have pledged to support one or more local farms, with growers and consumers sharing the risks and benefits of food production. CSA members or …
Whether it happens in your own backyard, down the street or in a nearby town, supporting your local farmer is a viable and important part of defunding Big Agra, diffusing the production of food and helping to (re)vitalize the availability of healthy and sustainable food (including Organic and other responsible systems of raising food).
To change the (food) system, we have to change our habits – including what we choose to eat, where we choose to buy it and what kind of standards we choose to uphold. Buy into whatever you believe in, but don’t just stand by idle.
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