Category Archives: CSA

Community Supported Agriculture – Two Models, One Goal

NABC helps to “bring the farm to market” in many ways – including through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Two CSA programs are just about to launch deliveries for 2013 – the Evergreen CSA operated by Klesick Family Farm for its … Continue reading

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Evergreen CSA Celebrates Close of Successful First Season

The first year of the pilot Evergreen Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program recently concluded in Snohomish County.  Through this NABC program, farm-fresh and locally-grown fruits and vegetables were delivered weekly to multi-subscriber drop sites within Everett city limits. Fresh produce … Continue reading

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NABC Unveils Farm-To-Workplace CSA Program at Providence Hospital

Continued from Spring 2012 Newsletter NABC launched a new Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program last week for staff members of Providence Hospital in Everett at the hospital’s Earth Day Celebration April 18th and 19th. In a CSA program, consumers directly … Continue reading

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New “Good Food Bags” Program is off to a Good Start!

On Wednesday PSFN helped organize something we’ve never done before: an aggregated buying model serving the families of our Farm to Table (F2T) child care centers! This event is yet another spin-off of our Farm to Table project, a public … Continue reading

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Producer Member Highlight – Kia Armstrong, Nash’s Organic Produce

New PSFN member, Nash’s Organic Produce, has been farming in the Dungeness River Valley for nearly four decades.  Farm to Community Coordinator, Emma Brewster, chatted with Nash’s Farm Manager, Kia Armstrong last week about the farm’s history, its current projects, … Continue reading

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CSA is Ready for Business!

Contributing blogger Lucy Norris is Project Manager for Puget Sound Food Network. For more information, please see staff bios at http://www.agbizcenter.org/staff Over the last few decades, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms have sprouted up all over the country responding to … Continue reading

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Producer Member Highlight: Sol to Seed Farm

On March 16th, PSFN Project Manager, Lucy Norris visited Sol to Seed Farm in Carnation, WA and talked with Matt and Deanna Tregoning about their CSA and wildlife in the Snoqualmie Valley. Tell us a little bit about Sol to … Continue reading

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CSAs Mean Business

Many people already know the definition of Community Support Agriculture or CSA, but for the rest, let’s just say it is a grassroots partnership between a farmer and individuals that helps reconnect eaters to the source of their food. Before … Continue reading

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