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3:12 am on Friday March 16, 2012

Clone of The who, what and how much on springtime CSA's

Image by Flickr user 427 Spring starts in just a few days on Tuesday, March 20, and with it the return of a prime South Carolina growing season — and that means it is time to sign up for your boxes of goodies from the local Community Supported...
6:01 am on Tuesday January 17, 2012

Get the jump on springtime CSA sign-ups

Image by Flickr user Emily CarlinIf you're getting the itch for the springtime bounty of farm fresh fruits and veggies, you might want to consider signing up for a local Community Supported Agriculture program. CSA members receive a weekly share of...
2:00 pm on Monday February 21, 2011

The who, what and how much on springtime CSA's

Image by Flickr user 427If you've been jonesing to join a CSA or forgot that its the spring sign up season don't fret - the Charleston City Paper has a post with all the information you need for all of your veggie needs. Charleston City Paper's...
4:00 pm on Sunday February 13, 2011

Winter weather took toll on crops in South Carolina

TheDigitel South Carolina's winter vegetable crop of collards and cabbage has been hit pretty hard by this year's cold weather snap. Some farmers lost most of their cabbage and half their collards, something that's sure to affect prices. SCNow out...
3:59 pm on Sunday February 13, 2011

South Carolina's farmers, winter greens hit hard by cold weather

Image by TheDigitelSouth Carolina's winter vegetable crop of collards and cabbage has been hit pretty hard by this year's cold weather snap. Some farmers lost most of their cabbage and half their collards, something that's sure to affect prices....
3:52 pm on Monday October 18, 2010

A gander at the business side of community-supported agriculture

Community-supported agriculture, aka CSAs, are all the rage in those that love local, fresh, and often organic fruits and vegetables. We know them best from the consumer side: You drop your cash at the start of the season and get your box of veggies...
3:43 pm on Monday October 18, 2010

A gander at the business side of community-supported agriculture

Image by Flickr user Carly & ArtCommunity-supported agriculture, aka CSAs, are all the rage in those that love local, fresh, and often organic fruits and vegetables. We know them best from the consumer side: You drop your cash at the start of...
3:00 pm on Thursday October 14, 2010

CSA Forum, weeks 4 & 5: Growing pains

Image by Flickr user justinhenry As I have been liberal with my praises, there are no doubt struggles that come along with CSA-ing. Loving vegetables is only the tip of the Iceberg lettuce when preparing to undertake this commitment, but the...
5:19 am on Wednesday September 29, 2010

CSA Forum, week 3: Don't judge a vegetable by its cover

Image by Flickr user stetted …but do know where it comes from. It is fine to question your food. In fact, it is necessary. If you care about your health, it is important to know the Who, What, Where, When, and Why’s when it comes to what you are...
8:26 am on Thursday September 16, 2010

CSA Forum, week 2: Let the gourds begin

Image by Flickr user lumierefl My main motivation for this really does come down to the incoming of winter squash and I am happy to share that the time has come. Acorn, butternut, spaghetti—these are what I have been waiting for. The varying colors...

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