Meadow’s Mirth is now accepting 2010 CSA Members

A note from Meadow’s Mirth Farm with details of their unique, very flexible CSA:

Josh and Jean at Meadow’s Mirth have been growing organic produce and selling at the farmers’ markets since 2004.  We are now accepting new members for our 2010 Community Suported Agriculture (CSA) program.  Buying
 a
 farm 
share
 is
 a
 sustainable 
way
 to
 help 
farmers 
with
 early 
season
 start‐up
 costs,
 and
 secures 
a 
market
 for
 farmers’ fresh 
produce.  By joining our CSA, you, the 

shareholder,
 benefit
 by 
getting
 a 
discount
 on
 our
 wide variety of products offered at the farmers’ market,
 and 
free
 choice
 as 
to
 what
 you
 want
 in
 each
 pickup.   You take
 as 
much 
or
 as
 little
 as 
you
 need 
for
 the 
week and it gets deducted from your balance.

  This 
amounts 
to 
less
 food
 waste,
 and 
more
 of
 what 
you 
enjoy.

  Pickups will be at one our farmers’ markets.  You 
can
 choose
 
location
 that
 works 
for 
you,
 and 
not 
worry
 about
 having 
to 
bring
 cash 
to
 the 
market 
for
 your
 veggies.

  Plus 
if
 there 
is 
something
 you 
need 
that 
we
 don’t
 provide 
(eggs,
 dairy, 
etc) 
you 
can 
purchase 
it
 from
 one 
of 
the 
other 
market
 vendors for one stop shopping at the farmers’ market.

  If
 you
 need
 to 
skip 
a 
week
 or two, 
there is
 no 
need 
to
 call.

 We
 will
 keep
 track 
of
 your
 balance 
and  periodically
 notify 
you
 so
 you
 can 
plan
 accordingly.

  Pickups are at Durham, Amesbury, Exeter, and Portsmouth markets in the summer, and Rollinsford and Exeter in the winter.   For more information check out our website or come see us at the Seacoast Eat Local winter markets.

  Download and read the .pdf for the nitty gritties

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