As food supply chain breaks down, farm-to-door CSAs take off
From California to Maine, the movement known as community supported agriculture (CSA) is booming. Members buy a share of a farm’s often organic harvest that gets delivered weekly in a box. CSA programs almost everywhere report a surge in memberships and growing waiting lists.
“The interest in getting local, fresh, organic produce just has skyrocketed during this crisis,” Redmond said.
Read more from Eric Westervelt with NPR here.