Eat Organic Food No. 2 Join a CSA Video

Based on Chapter 3 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains why participating in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an affordable way to buy organically grown food. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Community supported agriculture, also known as a CSA, is a system which allows you to have a direct relationship with the farmer during the growing season. Typically, you pay the farmer at the beginning of the growing season or sometimes throughout the growing season. In return, the farmer supplies you with food every week or every other week. Most farms participating in this program supply only organically grown food. This arrangement provides benefit to both you and the farmer. You get a variety of organic food at a reduced price and the farmer has a steady income for producing food throughout the growing season. CSA make eating organic food at a affordable arrangement for large families on a budget. In fact, some farms even let their members help out on the farm. And, this reduces the cost of organic food even more. If you like to learn more about where to eat organic food and how to live naturally, you can read this informative book, “The Beginners Guide to Natural Living.”

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