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Delivering Farm-Fresh Produce, With a Side of Weed

How California farmers plan to bring a more buzz-worthy green to traditional CSAs In nearly every state, you can sign up for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) networks and get fresh veggies delivered to your doorstep. The kale and cucumbers that come in those weekly cardboard boxes support hard-working local farmers and are often cheaper than the organic grocery aisle.
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