TheBump.com - the inside scoop on pregnancy.
Get The Bump magazine >
You're almost there. Log in if you're a member or join now to connect to Facebook.
Request a new password
popular: ovulation calculator
Find your most fertile days and start TTC >>
moms love: pregnancy calendar
Count down to delivery with your calendar >>
moms love: your baby this week
Sign up to receive weekly updates on your baby >>
moms love: baby name finder
Search through 1000s of baby names >>
moms love: personalized tickers
Track TTC, pregnancy, or baby's age >>
moms love: pregnancy week by week
Let us guide you along week-by-week!)
babyflynn08:What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture.
You basically pay in advance to go each week and get fresh local veg (or herbs, meat/eggs/cheese, depending on what is offered. We are doing a veg share that incl herbs and fresh flowers.) Ours goes from June - Oct. It's a great way to support local farms, get healthy/organic food from local businesses you trust rather than food flown in from other states/countries at the supermarket, cheaper, and fun!
618mom22boys:I looked into here. But it seemed to expensive for me. It was like $50 a week for 46 weeks! And you had to do all 46 weeks.
I believe ours comes out to around $18 per week and we get vegetables, herbs and flowers for the week. That is definitely cheaper than if I was buying all organic veg and herbs at the store. Plus I like to support local business if possible. They offer an egg, meat and cheese share as well but we couldn't afford all of it. They're certified organic and have a great rep in our area. I also like that it is market style. You also get free feed for the petting zoo area which will be fun w/ Luke.