Speaking of abundance, we’ve signed up for a winter share with a local CSA, Beneficial Farms. This week, the first in November, we brought home hefty bags loaded with apples, kale, collards, onions, baby beets, scallions, salad greens, arugula, and persimmons.
While our decision to go plastic free is a very personal, symbolic action, joining a CSA offers immediate and significant results. Our carbon footprint from importing food from out of state/country is vastly reduced, while our money goes directly towards strengthening local food systems. It helps create the world we want to live in.
Seasonal food from within our foodshed. You bet it tastes better.
Psst. It’s cheaper, too.
One Reply to “Commencing to Feast”
Thanks for the tip about CSA Farms– I didn’t know about them. I’m going to look into buying a share when I get back from the UK. This blog rocks– beautiful insights and food for thought!