Thursday, December 23, 2010

Fall CSA pilot

In the months of October and November, Nic and I ran a pilot CSA program from the Walnut Hill Community Farm. We offered six families a box of veggies every two weeks (a total of four boxes), and in return they came to a focus group to give us feedback for next year. It was pretty successful, and the best part is that we made some great friends in the neighborhood! And since I love taking pics of my own CSA box, you can imagine how many pics I took of the ones we were making up. Here are a bunch of them, and here's the post Nic wrote about it on the Philly Rooted website.

Week 1: Swiss chard, green onions, purple heirloom potatoes, beans, thyme, oregano, dill, cherry tomatoes and small bell peppers.

Week 2: Swiss chard, mustard greens, beans, rosemary, hot and sweet peppers.

Week 3: Swiss chard, mustard greens, kale, mesclun mix, dill, thyme and parsley.

Week 4: Swiss chard, beets, kale, mustard greens, thyme, parsley, dill and dried basil.

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