Congregation Shaarey Zedek Hazorim Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

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Congregation Shaarey Zedek Hazorim CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)   

Locavorious Fresh Frozen Produce Share Details

Locavorious Fresh Frozen Produce Share Details

Register for the CSZ Hazorim CSA

*Registration to participate in the CSA is required by September 1.

What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a partnership between suburban residents and a local farmer that allows suburb dwellers to enjoy fresh produce straight from the farm. When you become a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a local farmer. From November until the end of April, Brines Farm in Dexter, MI will deliver that share of produce to Congregation Shaarey Zedek on Friday evening. The CSZ Hazorim CSA will bring healthy local food to our neighborhood, support organic and sustainable agriculture and build community. We have respect for the cycles, blessings and benefits of naturally grown food and honor ourselves, our farmers, and our farm workers. We will to contribute to the fight against hunger by donating our extra food to those in need. We hope that connecting to the land will teach us that joyful and communal eating is a part of healthy living and growing.

CSZ Member Rates for Fresh Produce The total cost of one full share for CSZ members is $700 for 22 pickup dates, $32 per pickup. $350 for a half share with 11 pickup dates on alternating weeks.

Community Rates (non-CSZ members) The total cost of one full share for CSZ members is $736 for 22 pickup dates, so a little over $33 per pickup. $368 for a half share or 11 pickup dates on alternating weeks.

Rates for Frozen Produce Shares The share price for the Locavorious Classic share is $210 for 4 monthly pick-ups. The Classic share will have a variety of locally grown frozen fruits and vegetables. Fruit-lovers shares are $220. Vega-vore shares are $210. Questions? Contact Allison Gutman at 248.357.5544 x 43 or email.





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