How to Start and Run a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Group

A CSA group can be fulfilling and profitable if you are willing to invest the time, energy and money required to get things going.



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Seth Jacobs cultivates kale at Slack Hollow Farm.
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Get started in community supported agriculture.
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Quail Hill Community Farm members at the stand.
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Debby and Peter Kavako's daughter, Brenna, packs organic lettuce for CSA delivery
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Debby and Peter Kavakos tending their farm in upstate New York.
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Several Slack Hollow interns and members haul in an impressive collection of squash (right) and carrot(left).
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Quail Hill apprentices Paul Hamilton and Martha Bryant building a pea trellis.
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