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Time to Sign Up for a CSA!

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Category : About Food Sources, CSAs, Where to Buy Local Food

Photo of Field at Small FarmCSA (Community Supported Agriculture) subscriptions are a terrific way to get started in local eating. You buy a subscription or “share” from a farm offering CSA’s in the early spring. In return you’ll get a bag or box of farm fresh food every week, usually from May through September or so. Here’s the list of farms in Whatcom County offering CSA’s for 2010, according to Sustainable Connections’ March newsletter: Continue Reading

Other Food Producers

Category : Other Food Producers, Where to Buy Local Food

Foods produced by the following sources have been used in our recipes. Some do not use only ingredients from Whatcom County, but they make their products here. Also, while you may be able to buy directly from these producers, their products are often available at grocery stores or other retail outlets. Continue Reading

Grocery Stores and Other Retail Stores

Category : About Food Sources, Retail Stores, Where to Buy Local Food

We have purchased ingredients used in our recipes at the following grocery stores and other food related retail businesses: Continue Reading

Farms

Category : On the Farm, Where to Buy Local Food

The following Whatcom County farms have produced ingredients used in our recipes: Continue Reading