Posts Tagged ‘Community-Supported Agriculture’

UBC Farm CSA Autumn Box

In response to a flurry of demand for beautiful, organically grown veggies, the UBC Farm has decided to extend the application deadline for its Community-Supported Agriculture Box Program to this Friday, June 1st at 5pm!

This year, the UBC Farm is delighted to offer opportunities for urban CSA members to connect more closely with their food, the farm and each other through (optional) special hands-on CSA volunteer sessions.If you’re unfamiliar with how CSA programs work, check out this concise article from Lindsay Coulter (aka David Suzuki’s Queen of Green) on the topic.

Please click here for details on the UBC Farm’s 2012 CSA program.


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Summer CSA box.

Are you interested in eating the freshest and greenest the UBC Farm has to offer? Apply for a spot in the UBC Farm’s 2011 Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) box program. Members receive a box of fresh veggies every week starting in June for 20 weeks. This is a fantastic way to connect with your local food system, follow the seasonal changes from your table and support the UBC Farm. For full program details and to fill out an application please refer to the Farm website at http://www.landfood.ubc.ca/ubcfarm/csa.php

The deadline for applications is May 9th.

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