Locally Grown is GOOD! CSA Farms Where You Live & Here in Asheville , Too

Real Estate Broker/Owner with REAL ESTATE RESOURCES & NETWORK 209970

We are lucky to have a number of amazing farm stewards and CSA farms here in the Greater Asheville area.

This holiday season, farmer's markets allowed us to buy sustainable, useful gifts such as honey, molasses, jams, jellies, pickles, salad dressings, and herb vinegars and oils directly from the person who made them.

My real estate clients enjoyed thesmall tokens of affection we found for them: "non-edible"  gifts such as soaps, salves, lotions, pottery, baskets, quilts, pot holders, bee's wax candles, brooms, and more local wood and fiber crafts.

There follows a list of links and connections that may be of interest to you no matter where you live.

Look for  a great link to CSA's across the USA!

Slow Food Asheville's  monthly newsletter http://www.slowfoodasheville.org/ which may be of interest to you

Here is a link listof Asheville Area CSAs for those of you who live here, are visiting or relocating:

Firefly Farm (Burnsville,NC) 
Cane Creek Asparagus & Company (Fairview,NC)
Green Toe Ground Farm (Burnsville,NC
Jake's Farm (Candler,NC
Homegrown Heritage (Candler,NC)  
Gaining Ground Farm (Asheville,NC)   
Flying Cloud Farm (Fairview,NC) 
Mountain Harvest Organics (Hot Springs,NC)   

NOW.... for those of you NOT living in Asheville, visiting or relocating..
Here is a link to find a CSA http://www.localharvest.org/csa/  near you. Locally Grown is GOOD, no matter where You Live =)


Locally Grown is GOOD! CSA Farms Where You Live & Here in Asheville , Too.
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Jeff R. Geoghan
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Lancaster, PA
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Lancaster County PA has a great focus on locally grown foods as well.  My wife is a regular at one of the largest markets, Roots Market in Manheim PA.  They're open every Tuesday.  We have a couple of organizations dedicated to the "buy fresh, buy local" theme.


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Any chance you might have a link? I'm t hinking...Let's start a link bank!

I would love to see photos and hear about locally grown endeavors across the USA!

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