Sweetwater Organic Community Farm offers CSA memberships for 2011-2012 season beginning April 1st

"Through hands-on programs, visitors and members of all ages practice appropriate land stewardship and learn sustainable agriculture techniques. CSAs establish a direct partnership between farmers and consumers, allowing members to share the risks and rewards of farming," says Sweetwater's program director Andrea Harms.


CSA Memberships are $760 for a Full Membership (picking up a "share" every week for 30 weeks), and $425 for a Half Membership (picking up every other week.)


On Sundays (Nov.-May), Sweetwater holds a weekly Sunday market, offering their certified organic produce as well as unique products from green vendors and local artisans, and live local music acts.


More information and CSA applications are available at www.sweetwater-organic.org


Sweetwater is located at 6942 W. Comanche Ave, Tampa (off of Hillsborough Avenue in Town N’ Country).

This week, Sweetwater Organic Community Farm (Sweetwater) announced that memberships for their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Farm for the 2011-2012 season will be open to the general public on April 1, 2011.

Sweetwater is a community-supported, non-profit, urban organic farm and environmental education center located in the Town N' Country area of Tampa. Every year they offer seasonal CSA share memberships to the public from November through the end of May. Share pick-ups are available at the farm or at the St Petersburg Saturday Morning Market.

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