That's my CSA

My farm was on TV over the weekend:

Worried about food safety? Buy a farm. Here’s how it works. Members of the CSA pay around $450 a year for shares in the Kavakos’ small organic farm. In return, they get a weekly delivery of fresh fruits and vegetables from June to November.

Now, I’m not the sort of person who drives out to the Catskills to gather their own food. But I am the sort of person who enjoys quality organic produce. Who appreciates new eating habits synchronized with the natural rhythm of the local area. And who is rewarded by a tighter relationship with the people who grow my food.

If you’re interested in a CSA (“Community Supported Agriculture”), then check out the nationwide directory of local farms at LocalHarvest and get in line for 2009.