Do you know what a CSA is and how it can benefit you, your family, local farmers and the planet?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box programs run from local (usually organic, even if not certified as such) farmers who share their produce with the community in exchange for a small weekly or monthly fee.
Among the many advantages of joining a CSA are:
If you live in Surrey, you can try Zaklan Heritage Farm www.zaklanheritagefarm.com/csa
If you live in South Surrey/White Rock, you can try Arocha Farm: http://www.arocha.ca/bc-centre/brooksdale-csa/
If you live in any other city/neighbourhood of the Lower Mainland, try finding more CSA’s from here: http://www.farmfolkcityfolk.ca/resources/knowledge-pantry/csa/ or check by city from here: http://www.bcfarmfresh.com/farms/
For more Food related resources in Surrey (from Food banks to Community Kitchens and updated list of Community Gardens, check here: http://foodactioncoalitionswr.com/resources/
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