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420 W. 14th St., Suite 2NENew York, NY 10014
Partners with New York City-area producers and communities to sell good food at affordable prices. Basis delivers local produce, fruit, dairy, and eggs to homes, offices, restaurants, and institutions and is about to launch a chain of small-format retail stores to sell good food sourced directly from family farms. There are similar businesses in other cities, but not yet a good directory of them. I expect many more businesses like this to emerge over the next few years as the demand for local... read more >>
Cemetery LaneVictor, ID 83455
We are a small farm on the west slope of the Grand Teton mountains. We provide high quality vegetables grown organically. Fresh to you for 16 weeks during the summer
9264 Austin RdSaline, MI 48176
2012 CSA Invitation Full Share: $550.00 Half Share: $300.00 22 weeks: May thru September 2012 Deposit: $100.00, due January 31, 2012 -*payable to Tony Scampa Balance due May 01, 2012 Pick up: Tuesday afternoon @Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers’ Market or Saturday morning @Ypsilanti Depot Town Farmers’ Market Tony Scampa and Janet Cowling moved to their 7-acre farm in Bridgewater, November 1999. Both being enthusiastic... read more >>
L2 / 22 Allen StreetWellington 5034
Bucky Box is a software-focused social enterprise working towards a better food system. We're all about a food system that's better for our people and planet. We're building web software to help Vege Box Schemes, CSAs & Food Hubs become more efficient by automating many of their labour intensive operational chores. The simple to use, powerful software application covers customer ordering, customer accounts, packing & delivery logistics, and payment reconciliation. We're also working on... read more >>
408 Sherman, Suite 301Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Community Roots works to connect people, including people of limited means, with the land that feeds them. Roots operates a charitable CSA and a fresh food distribution system connecting community gardens and backyard gardeners with local food assistance facilities.
Activist networks, Business incubators, Hunger, food security, and food access, Urban agriculture and food systems, Youth development and food systems
1000 East 30th StreetChattanooga, TN 37404
Crabtree Farms was founded in 1998 with the vision of renewing urban agriculture in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Crabtree Farms is an urban teaching farm with a mission to connect Chattanoogans with our local foodshed. Crabtree Farms has 6 employees, 15 WorkShare hands, and teaches over 1,000 volunteers a year. We love growing food with our community! Programs and services at Crabtree Farms meet community needs from educating community gardeners to awareness about our local food system. Crabtree... read more >>
Education/research centers and programs, Farmer training, networks, and resources, Urban agriculture and food systems
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Offers a brief introduction to the concept of community-supported agriculture and has a national directory of CSAs by state. If you are interested in joining a CSA, this is one of several directories you can use to find one in your area.
16378 East 14th Street Suite 102San Leandro, CA 94578
Dig Deep Farms & Produce is a social enterprise project of the Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League. We produce healthy, fresh, affordable, culturally appropriate fruits and vegetables, distribute and sell that produce within East Bay communities that lack access to fresh, healthy food. We operate a modified CSA. We create living wage jobs in a community with virtually no other community.
72 River RoadWhately, MA 01373
We're an organic farm in Western Massachusetts with a CSA and a Food Justice mission. Our mobile market -- the Farmship Enterprise -- brings fresh, local food to communities where access is limited.
70 E. Lake Street, Suite 920Chicago, IL 60601
There are two great responsibilities common to all faiths: to love one another and to care for the creation that sustains all life. Faith In Place gives religious people tools to reflect deeply on these responsibilities, integrate the teachings of faith into practice, and work together for a just and sustainable future. Since 1999, Faith in Place has partnered with over 700 congregations in Illinois—Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, Zoroastrian, Baha’i and Unitarian. We're also... read more >>
Education/research centers and programs, Environment and conservation, Policy advocacy, Urban agriculture and food systems, Youth development and food systems
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