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How It Works
It is said that the Japanese word for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) translates loosely as “food with a farmer’s face.” At Sprout City Farms we believe that knowing one’s farmer is a vital step towards creating a healthy and sustainable food system. We invite you to create that one-on-one relationship with your farmer by purchasing a CSA share this season at the Denver Green School Community Farm. By purchasing a share you are also helping to support Sprout City Farms’ Farm to Cafeteria program, which provides fresh, organic vegetables to the Denver Green School cafeteria.
Signup for CSA veggie and egg shares for 2013 has ended, but we have a wait list running (let us know if you’d like to be added to the wait list)! Not to worry, we still have fruit shares available!
Check out the CSA Brochure, and the CSA Newsletter, for more information: CSA Brochure 2013, CSA Signup Newsletter
- Cost: $300 for a CSA Share; feeds a family of 3-4. $550 for an Abundant Share; feeds a family of 4-6 with extras for preserving.
- What: Fresh, local, organic food each week, from mid-June to October (17 weeks).
- Where: Denver Green School Community Farm
- When: Pickups are Wednesday evenings mid-June through October from 4-6.30pm.
- Availability: WE ARE FULL FOR 2013! Let us know if you’d like to be added to the wait list and we will let you know if a spot opens up!
- Contact: To learn more about the program, please contact our Farm Director, Farmer Meg, at email@example.com.