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Substainable farming in and around Ann Arbor

mielimato Jun 18, 2008 04:12 PM

I will be moving up to Ann Arbor from LA this September and am interested in getting involved with organization committed to substainable farming. I'd also like to learn more about the local farms especially those that grow and farm organic and free-range produce and meat products. I've hear about the Community Farm Kitchen. And know that there is a active Farmer's Market.

Does anyone have any experiences with the Community Farm Kitchen? Care to share you experiences?

Or advice as to where I can learn more about information about local products, farms and organizations?

Thank you!

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    ElaineRuth Jul 9, 2008 10:37 AM

    The best source for info on local CSA's is Local Harvest, which has a great website and directs you right to sustainable farms and products by the zip code.

    I just joined the Community Farm Kitchen this year and have a half share. So far I have really liked the convenience of picking it up near my home and love the lettuce and salads but find much of the dishes way too bland for my taste. I have had to doctor them up quite a bit. Next year I think I'll just get the Farm Share and not the kitchen.

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