CSA Information Night


Rosemattel's csa and Five Star Farm will host an information night!

This free event illustrates the growing popularity of the CSA system of food production and distribution while celebrating small, diverse farms in Clark County. Attendees will learn about intensive low-input farming on the urban fringe, while discovering the benefits of eating healthy, local food.

Clark County�??¢?¯?¿?½??¯?¿?½?s planned urban growth expansion has created a sense of urgency among local farmers and consumers who recognize the rapid decline of local agriculture and have concerns about the negative impact on the community. Small, diversified farms are seen as a viable answer to the increasing demand for fresh, healthy local food. These small farms can fit easily into neighborhoods, providing a multitude of benefits for neighbors as well as CSA subscribers.

WHO IS INVITED? Anyone with an interest in CSA, the preservation of agriculture in Clark County & local, healthy food.

WHEN: November 9th, 16th, 23, 30th 6-8pm

WHERE: 8806 NE 159th Street Battle Ground WA 98604

TIME: 6-8 pm

COST: None, this event is FREE to the Public;

Free cocoa, tea and take home a winter squash with recipes!


Listing last updated on Nov 8, 2009

This is what local farming is all about! Local food for local people. For all walks of life. Whether you would like to know more about a csa, how to grow your own food, or have dreams of starting your own CSA, please, come visit us!

Season:  May through October

Type:  3rd party CSA service

Since:  2007

# of Shares:  40

Full Share:  Please contact us for details!

1/2 Share:  

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Old Town Battle Ground Saturday Market
209 East Main in Battle Ground WA
April through October
Please see our listing in this site for more information

Schedule and Location:

10311 NE 72nd ave
Vancouver WA 98686
Please email us or call us for availability of produce and eggs

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Clark County is lucky to have a growing number of CSA's, and events like this are a great opportunity for folks to see what a great variety we have. The 2009 event at WSU Vancouver was the third that I know of, and is a terrific opportunity to "meet the farmers" and appreciate the blessings, talent and diversity we have here.... [more]

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