Where Does Your Food Come From?

Tomorrow is #CSADay. http://csaday.info/

When you hear someone ask, “where does your food come from?” you might want to respond with something sassy like “DUH, the grocery store.”

My challenge to you is to learn what is really in packaged processed goods (most are not very good at all) and consider eating more fresh fruits and vegetables.  I can help if you have no idea where to start.

If you are familiar with CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), consider signing up for a food share this season. Tomorrow is #CSADay and its a perfect time to sign up to get real food on a regular basis. Most local farmers deliver to a set location on a certain day of the week. You receive a share of whatever they produce each week.  This is a fabulous way to get seasonal local food. Since the variety of fresh food changes each week, it’s always exciting to see what shows up in your farm fresh box of food.

If you have no idea where to start and you are not familiar with any local farm CSAs, consider attending the Local Farmer Open House. It’s happening in Milwaukee on Saturday March 10th at the Urban Ecology Center Riverside Park. (1500 E. Park Pl. Milwaukee, WI 53211)

Register here; Local Farmer Open House Registration

Karin Conway

Organic Growth Coach




Planting Seeds of Change

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