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Franziska Müller Sep 11
Speaking about : at is organic & vegan & and is provided by 'Kommune Niederkaufungen', one of Germany's oldest intentional communities.
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Angelica OrganicFarm Nov 15
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Camel CSA Sep 20
Thanks for the feedback... from a new trial member
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Georgina Wernham May 14
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ABOLISH ICE & MAKE THEIR LIVES DIFFICULT Nov 20
The more I look into CSAs the more seem like they're just another tech bro "invention" of something that already existed.
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TFG | NoleCoin Dec 31
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Stanton Street CSA Nov 15
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Stanford Hall CSA Apr 2
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Our Local Farm Nov 16
The fire is nice today. We are enjoying chatting with our customers as they warm up next to it. Come enjoy the warmth with us until 2pm today.
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Bounty from the Box Feb 22
Happy ! We'd love to hear your success stories! What farm are you supporting this season?
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Susan Brand 👾 Nov 16
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Stanton Street CSA Oct 25
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Camel CSA Oct 9
Our best annual Apple Day ever! All the apples pressed, plenty of juice for all to share
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💧Nick Rose 💧 Mar 24
Loving the heirloom tomatoes this season! Great to support such passionate Victorian producers and the movement in Australia!
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Jemma O'Hanlon May 10
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Jemma O'Hanlon May 17
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Terri Jul 7
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farmanddairy Aug 28
It's harder for farmers to sell blemished, misshapen and oversized veggies. That unsold produce then goes to waste. That was until created to give farmers a market for their ugly veggies.
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Nikki Yoxall Mar 21
Replying to @dan_crossley
We get veg May to November via a local scheme - keeping it local and seasonal. This helps them to keep providing to the local community. We doggedly stick to buying British outside of veg box season.
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Jim Apr 6
Lovely salad today courtesy of . Yellow flowers from kale plant and yes they are edible!
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