Spring is a great time to join a local farm. Community-supported agriculture offers a weekly box of fresh-from-the-field seasonal produce.

CSA Farms: Find Your Match
Spring is a great time to join a local farm

Every week, a box of fresh-from-the-field seasonal produce can be yours when you join a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm. Not only will you experience foods at their peak, but you will also support a local farmer and make a commitment to helping preserve farmland. In our Spring issue, we talk about the how and why of joining a CSA.

Read the article: Our Land, Our Farmers (flip to page 26)
Get tips: How to Choose a CSA Farm

Part of the fun and challenge of receiving a weekly CSA share is cooking a lot of different vegetables. Learn tricks and recipes for simple, tasty meals from Katherine Deumling of Cook With What You Have in our most recent AM Northwest TV segment.

Watch the video: Easy Spring Recipes

[Dancing Roots Farm. Photo by Sara Remington.]

Check out these CSA farms!
Edible Portland is pleased to give a shout-out to these partners, who offer CSA shares in the Portland area. Some provide vegetables, others eggs and cheese, and others albacore and salmon, right from the coast!

Ariel’s Sustainably Grown
Dancing Roots Farm
Food Works
French Prairie Gardens
Hood River Organic
Moonshine Park Fish
Purple Rain Vineyard
Sauvie Island Organics
Sun Gold Farm
Wealth Underground Farm

Edible Portland is published by Ecotrust. Read the current issue online, pick up a copy in our lobby or at numerous advertiser locations throughout the Portland metro area, or subscribe today!

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