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Women in Wellness/Heart’s Gate Wellness Center 2010 CSA PICK UP and Cooking Classes

What: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial relationship between farmers and the One straw farm veggiescommunity. Participants provide funding for the farmer in advance of the growing season in exchange for produce when it’s ready.
Here’s how One Straw Farm’s CSA works: Participants sign up and pay in the spring and then receive 8 items a week for 24 weeks. The season begins the second week of June (7-12) and runs through November 15-20, 2010.

Items vary according to the season. They could be beets, lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, a watermelon — whatever is ripe for picking. See the back for a harvest chart for season availability, and approximate item quantity.

Who: One Straw Farm is the largest organic vegetable farm in Maryland. Lovingly tended by Drew and Joan Norman since 1985, One Straw Farm supplies families, restaurants and wholesalers with the finest certified-organic produce. From our family to yours, we invite you to enjoy our gorgeous home-grown vegetables either through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, the Mill Valley General Store, the Waverly Farmers Market, Boordy Vineyards, Kennilworth Farmers Market or the many grocery stores and restaurants that feature our produce.

Any client of Heart’s Gate or any of their family and friends may participate. You may choose a full share or split one with. If you need someone to split a share with contact Jeanine Greenbaum at 410-296-4028.
When: $490-Full shares if paid by March 1, 2010      $550 – Full share if paid by June 1, 2010

How: Go to and sign up for pick up at
Heart’s Gate Wellness Center

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