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What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): A CSA is a business model whereby members commit financially to a farm, typically at the beginning of a season, in exchange for an anticipated 'member share' of the farm's product. While many farmers rely solely on the CSA business, there are an increasing number of farm businesses that have added a CSA to their existing direct retail or wholesale accounts.

UConn Extension's CSA Bulletin

September 2017 - Becoming Certified to Accept SNAP/Food Stamps

December 2017 - 2017 CSA Price Study


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