Spring is the time to find a local CSA

Adamah staff member Cole Siegel, sitting tall on the right in photo, helped fellowship participants hand weed a bed of fall radishes in 2018. Photo by Janna Siller

This is part one in a series of articles on Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs) in the Tri-state region. 


When I first started working on CSA farms 14 years ago, no one that I knew had ever heard of the concept. 

Increasingly, the term CSA has become more familiar.

In her book “Sharing the Harvest” CSA farmer Elizabeth Henderson explains, “The premise is simple: create a partnership between local farmers and nearby consumers, who become members or subscribers. 

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