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    Sold out for the 2014 Season

    The Greenwood Heights CSA is sold out of shares for the 2014 season.  Anyone interested in joining the CSA for the 2015 season is welcome to submit their name on the Becoming a Member Page.  Thanks!  Looking forward to a great season, everyone!

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    Finally, as an official CSA member, I can say it: I’m against the Swap Box. The Swap Box, as you may know, is the box where members can abandon a CSA item in the hopes of finding something they like better. What’s so wrong? Though, I have no argument with individual members exchanging whatever they want, whenever they want,  I don’t think the CSA should endorse this practice. Quick. Check my icebox. Yes. There. There within my crisper. Seven of last fall’s beets moldering for the last seven months. I like beets as much as the next gal but they sure do bleed over everything. A regular gore feast. So…

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    Fermenting Ourselves

    CSA members and friends, this year I’m officially a member of our CSA. It’s been an amazing and satisfying experience to be able to witness how one small, but growing, neighborhood organization can actually have a profound influence in a community. Gregg, Dana, Liza and I founded the Greenwood Heights CSA eight years ago when our neighborhood lacked immediate access to fresh local food. We were lucky that Associated Market and Steve’s C-Town had any fresh food but we craved local, seasonal produce. I knew north of here, folks had things like the co-op, a farmer’s market, even a CSA but I felt our neighborhood could support its own food…