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ERIE COUNTY, OH – Erie Fresh CSA Now Taking Orders for 2010 Season

March 15, 2010

As the seasons endure, the warm weather brings the promise of fresh local food! Entering their second year in operation, Erie County Coalition for Local Resources (ECCLR) will again be operating the Erie Fresh multi-grower community supported agriculture program for the 2010 season. Join today and receive 22 weeks worth of locally-produced food from our farmers starting the first week of June and ending the last week of October. Download our brochure as a PDF file below.

The Erie Fresh CSA is offering the same shares that were available for the 2009 season, and will also take orders for a certified-organic grain share – 25lb of milled spelt flour – and a pastured-raised beef share on special order only. We are limited to 50 fruit and vegetable shares for 2010. First come, first served! Please email eriefresh@gmail.com if you’re interested in securing a share. Thank you for investing with Local Farmers!

Joshua Pribanic & Lauren Berlekamp, the co-founders of ECCLR will be giving a short informational speech about the benefits of community supported agriculture on Saturday March 27, from 2-3pm, at Mr. Smith’s Coffee House, 140 Columbus Avenue, downtown Sandusky. Please come with questions or recommendations and enjoy a freshly-brewed cup of coffee!

The ECCLR will also be giving a presentation sponsored by Erie MetroParks and the OSU Extension at the Frost Center at Osborn Park on Wednesday, March 31, 7-9pm as a part of the “Landscape Training” series. There is no cost for attending the session and the general public is welcome to attend.

The topics ECCLR will cover are:

  • Edible Landscaping & Urban Gardening
  • Zero Waste Kitchen Gardens
  • Opportunities with a Regional Food Economy for Property Managers, Landscapers and Home Owners.
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Patti permalink
    March 15, 2010 7:17 pm

    gmail.com link does not work

  2. March 15, 2010 7:21 pm

    Thanks patti 🙂

    I think we put it in there for people to copy and paste and wordpress turned it into a link… We’ll fix it.

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