Hey, that Norwegian terrorist has a point! – CSMonitor.com
Breivik – a self-described Christian nationalist opposed to the “Islamic colonization” of Europe abetted by mainstream European politicians (“a corrupt class of abject traitors”) – argues that modern Europeans have been “indoctrinated” by a “multicultural orthodoxy.” Both Bawer and Breivik appear to be of the belief that members of the European political elite are ignoring general public opposition to immigration and a growing threat to nations like Norway.
Farmhouse Delivery was co-founded in 2009 by Stephanie Scherzer and Elizabeth Winslow. “We wanted to encourage people to connect with each other and with their community through food,” says Winslow, a chef and former restaurateur. A long-time advocate of the local-food movement, Winslow brought an endless supply of cooking tips and recipes to their joint venture. Scherzer, a grower herself, brought an expert eye for hand-selecting the highest quality produce from Austin-area farms.
Tiny Farm Blog | organic gardening: vegetables, herbs, flowers – growing local food
Tiny Farm Blog Organic micro-farming with two acres and some tools ~ a daily photo journal…
Starting CSA in the farm’s first year? « Tiny Farm Forum
For a really short, generic answer, I’d say it’s probably best to small-farm for at least a year, possibly two or three, before going into CSA, even if you start out planning to go the CSA route for the long haul. But, it can also be fantastic (energizing and lots of fun) to just LEAP…! 😉
Aunt Sue’s Barn – Ponder, TX – GreenTowns.com
Aunt Sues Barn is a 10 acre start up community supported agriculture (CSA) farm located on the Denton/Wise County line, just north of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. We offer several varieties of blackberries and raspberries, as well as some peaches and nectarines.
Our first 2009 membership was a success! The 2010 membership opens for EXISTING and WAITING LIST members only on September 1st. New membership opens October 1st and is open until full. Membership will be limited to 50 and will include the produce, 2010 waiting list membership will be limited to 25. So next year when you come to the farm you can leave your wallet home!
North Texas Traditional Living – Farms
Rose Creek Farms Home Page Certified Naturally Grown Vegetables and Herbs in Sunset Texas
Community Supported Agriculture – LocalHarvest
Over the last 20 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Here are the basics: a farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a “membership” or a “subscription”) and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.
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