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Community Supported Agriculture 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a food system where the food consumers partner with the food producers. In this way there is conversation about production methods (usually, but not always, organic), a sharing of the risks due to weather and other factors. The consumer feels more connected to the soil. The CSA farmer receives a set fee from the consumer prior to the start of the growing season. In return, the consumer receives shares (produce) in the farm's bounty.

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