This is the 24th year for the Fair Share Harvest CSA.
Community Shared Agriculture connects the growers of food directly with the people who eat it in a way that benefits everyone. Share-members receive great tasting produce, freshly picked that morning, which is grown using certified organic farm practices.
Share members support local farm families and the local economy rather than corporate agribusiness. Farmers benefit by having a secure market, income earlier in the season, and support for growing food in an ecologically sustainable way. They also enjoy growing vegetables and filling the weekly boxes, knowing they are directly feeding families who appreciate the quality of the food.
James and Elvina Bauman's family grow vegetables for share-member families in Stratford. This creates a direct link between members and a single grower and their family.
A wide variety of over 35 vegetables and herbs are grown including: lettuces and greens, peas, herbs and flowers, carrots, corn,tomatoes, squash, onions, beans, cucumbers, cabbage, and more. Varieties and amounts of particular vegetables vary somewhat depending on the season and weather conditions.
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