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2007.03.28

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elan

Thanks for the reminder I need to sign up for this in the next month or so, with three kids the community farm had entirely fallen off my radar.

Nanette

Unlimited berries? You lucky duck! We're always begging for more in my CSA. It is year-round and includes regional farms so we always get a great variety. They even deliver to your door!

http://www.localharvest.org is a good web site to find CSAs and organic farms around the US.

Charleen

Ours has unlimited berries too, although you have to pick them yourself. Takes me a long time though - one for the box, one for me!

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