Community supported agriculture, or CSAs, are a way for people to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Members of the CSA support their farmers by pledging their commitment and purchasing a share in the spring. Once harvest begins, shareholders pick up their portion of weekly produce at the farm. Buying directly from the farmer keeps your dollars local, builds a sustainable economy and cuts down on greenhouse gas emissions from trucking in food.
The event features an open-air screening of film festival sensation, Dirt! The Movie.
ARCATA/BAYSIDE – Arcata’s Community Supported Agriculture farms invite your membership and participation.
D STREET NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER – Learn new recipes and pick up ideas for how to get creative with spring garden crops at a free cooking class on Tuesday, April 16 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the D Street Neighborhood Center, 1301 D St. Your friendly farmers from Bayside Park Farm demonstrate how to prepare…
Your Bayside Park Farmers invite you to come down to the farm for the monthly Flicks on the Farm free outdoor movie series.
Arcata is on the cutting edge with its environmental, economic and social strategies and I intend to continue this tradition, with a vision toward sustainability.