What is Community Supported Agriculture?
Paying members and volunteers support a grower to provide fresh produce for the table. Members pay to keep the land in good heart, not for vegetables per se, although they do get fresh produce and may benefit in many other ways, not least from bumper crops. The risks and unpredictable seasonal changes that face the grower are shared within the CSA community, likewise the abundance of a good year. Consumers can really see where their food is coming from and be assured of totally clean food free from pesticides and other toxins.
The Crossing Community Supported Agriculture scheme:
Fresh vegetables, herbs and leafy greens! Each week the box is different. Each week the box is delivered to One The Square in Forest Row.
Are you keen to learn about growing your own? Come and spend time in the garden. Tune-in Tuesdays 10am to 2pm at The Crossing, Brambletye Lane, Forest Row. It’s more fun when you’re in it together.
Interested? Call Emma on 07976 296 364.