an introduction to community supported agriculture (csa)

First introduced in Japan and Switzerland in the 1970s, community supported agriculture (CSA) is a form of partnership between farmer and consumer.  A contract, which provides consumers with a certain number of 'shares' in the farm, between the two parties is established. Each share provides the consumer a box (or bag or bucket or ...) of vegetables … Continue reading an introduction to community supported agriculture (csa)

bringing good food to others: investigating the subjects of alternative food practices

“Watsonville is a largely Latino community, where many farm workers live – and several students […] have gone there with the intention of teaching Latino youth how to grow food, apparently with nary a trace of irony shown.” Julie Guthman, a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz in the Department of Community … Continue reading bringing good food to others: investigating the subjects of alternative food practices