[Market-farming] what's a CSA? - 2nd try

KAKerby at aol.com KAKerby at aol.com
Fri May 4 09:47:10 EDT 2012

Thanks for the feedback Lucy - those were good catches.  I was trying  to 
think of all the types of products that might not be ultra-fresh and I forgot 
 about those.  Also a good catch on the discount item - don't want to make  
any promises that will mess up someone down the line.  I'll incorporate  
those changes into the text before I put the PDF on the website for  download.
Please keep the comments coming..........
Kathryn Kerby, racing to get indoor stuff done on our last rainy day for  
Snohomish, WA
Ruminations - essays on the farming life at  frogchorusfarm.com/weblog.html
In a message dated 5/4/2012 2:56:07 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
boulderbelt at embarqmail.com writes:

I would  make a few changes

On # 3 I would leave out the word "discount" as not  everyone does this and 
would say people may pay for entire season, monthly or  weekly

on #5 I would add produce such as garlic, winter squash and  other storage 
fruits and vegetables to the list of things that will not be  fresh. I mean 
most everything in my winter CSA is anything but fresh and we  distribute 
several things like winter squash and sweet potatoes that are not  good to eat 
until they are cured for 3 to 5 weeks.

overall great work  and thank you.

Lucy Goodman
Boulder Belt  Eco-Farm
Eaton, OH
_http://www.boulderbeltfarm.com_ (http://www.boulderbeltfarm.com/) 

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