What a great place to start your CSA exerience
By: CJ Buck (Nov 15, 2011)
2011 was the first year we decided to adopt a CSA into our lives. Troggs Hollow is a pioneer in an urban farming environment and tying it to a business plan. From the first share of beautiful lettuces and baby greens, to the squashes and potatoes in the last share the trip up to Elgin worth it.
For any folks considering a CSA remember the share you receive each week will dictate your menu. It is an adjustment, but with only two of us and a full share we were overhelmed some weeks if I didn't plan our meals accordingly.
Without fail every week we received a newsletter that outlined what we would find in our share, an update on how the crops are growing, along with a suggested recipe.
If you are committed to supporting local business ventures and want to feed your family wholesome vegetables I encourage you to bring the Troggs Hollow farm into your family.
You can be involved as much as you want with Troggs Hollow, but if you want to know the folks who provide you food and want to support their business venture, then sign on. We did again for 2012.
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