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Books 8 Booklets 4 Videos 4 Audiocassettes 0 CD-ROMs 0 Webpages 18

BOOKS

Title: 1996 CSA Farm Network
Contributors: Steve Gilman, Coordinator
Published: Stillwater, NY : CSA Farm Network , c1996

Summary: This publication includes a directory of CSAs in the Northeastern states, several essays related to CSAs and the results of the 1996 CSA Farm Network survey.

Call Number: 85.1 NIN
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: CSA Farm NetworkVolume II
Contributors: A project of the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Inc. ; Steve Gilman, Coordinator
Published: Stillwater , NY : CSA Farm Network , c1998

Summary: A collection of research papers, farm profiles, articles and excerpts from other works exploring a broad range of topics related to CSAs. Produced with the support of the Northeast SARE.

Call Number: 85.1 C
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Farms of tomorrow revisited : community supported farms, farm-supported communities
Author: Trauger Groh
Contributors:
Second Author: Steven McFadden
Published: Kimberton, PA : Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association , c1997 1st ed.
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Summary: A sequel to an earlier work about community supported farms, this work discusses and advocates for the CSA movement. Chapters in the first two parts provide background for the CSA movement, explain why it is needed, how it is developing, and what kinds of issues face CSA farms. The third part profiles several farms, and the appendices provide practical information on starting a CSA farm.

ISBN: 0938250132
Call Number: 85.1 GRO
Subjects: Alternative agriculture, advocacy , Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: The many faces of community supported agriculture (CSA) : a guide to community supported agriculture in Indiana, Michigan, & Ohio
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Published: Hartland, MI : Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance , 1999
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Summary: Profiles of CSA farms in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio along with background information and a bibliography.

ISBN: 0965698017
Call Number: 85.1 MAN
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Market farm forms : templates for planning and organizing information on diversified market farms
Author: Marcie A. Rosenzweig
Contributors: With Bill Kaye-Blake
Published: Auburn, CA : Full Circle Organic Farm , c1998

Summary: Shows how to use templates from common off-the-shelf software to follow the natural flow of information needed to plan crops, order seed and soil ammendments, grow transplants, project yields and income and then track what really happens against projections.

Call Number: 81.52 ROS
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Cost effectiveness , Economic forecasting , Farm income , Farm management and decision making , Financial analysis , Management , Market gardening , Record keeping

Title: Our field : a manual for community shared agriculture
Author: Tamsyn Rowley
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Second Author: Chris Beeman
Published: Wroxeter, ONT : CSA Resource Centre , c1994 2nd ed.
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Summary: Part I covers the definition of a CSA and why it is different. Part II explores the farmer-community relationship and agricultural practices suited to CSAs. The appendices profile Canadian CSAs and provide contacts and other resource information.

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Call Number: 85.1 ROW
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Sharing the harvest : a guide to community supported agriculture
Author: Elizabeth Henderson
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Published: White River Junction, VT : Chelsea Green Publishing Co. , 1999
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Summary: This substantial book includes an introduction by Robyn Van En and was produced in cooperation with SARE. Chapters cover the background and context of CSAs, getting started, CSA labor, financial management, legal concerns, community-building and outreach, distribution of the harvest, multi-farm CSAs, and profiles of CSA farms.

ISBN: 1890132233
Call Number: 85.1 HEN
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Local exchange systems

Title: Subscribing to change : starting and sustaining a vegetable subscription service
Author: Bethany Spicher
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Published: Whiting, KS : Kansas Rural Center , 1999
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Summary: The and experience history of Rolling Prairie Farmers Alliance, eight, small organic farms who formed a vegetable subscription service in 1993, including how the organization operates, selling the service, growing the food, and sharing the harvest.

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Call Number: 85.1 SPI
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Organic farming

BOOKLETS

Title: Community supported agriculture : the producer/consumer partnership
Published: Fort Collins, CO : Cooperative Extension works , 1995

Summary: Describes CSA- what it is, how it works, and why it is important.

Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Community supported agriculture conference : University of California Davis, December 6, 1993
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Contributors: Edited by Gerry Cohn
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Published: Davis , CA : Small Farm Center? , 1994?
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Summary: Four farmers relate their CSA experiences and answer questions from other farmers, consumers and researchers. There are also reprints of CSA articles from Small Farm News and a bibliography of CSA resources.

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Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: The community supported agriculture handbook : a guide to starting, operating or joining a successful CSA
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Published: Chambersburg, PA : The Center for Sustainable Living, Wilson College , 1998
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Summary: This manual is one of several materials created by the Center for Sustainable Living with an EPA grant and is intended to help those who are new to CSA. Major topics include the history and background of CSAs, what kinds of considerations help determine if CSA participation is appropriate for farmers and consumers, how to start and operate a CSA, future prospects for CSAs. There is also a CSA resources chapter.

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Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Rebirth of the small family farm : a handbook for starting a successful organic farm based on the concept of community supported agriculture
Author: Bob Gregson
Contributors:
Second Author: Bonnie Gregson
Published: Vashon Island, WA : IMF Associates , c1996 1st ed.
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Summary: The authors share their experiences in the creation and operation of Island Meadow Farm outside of Seattle, including a description and function of the farm, start-up requirements, key factors to success, equipment and supplies, setting up on the land, marketing strategy, crop selection and planning, starting plants, and operating a subscription farm.

ISBN: 0965223302
Call Number: 85.1 GRE
Subjects: Beginning farming , Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Farm life , Organic farming , Quality of life , Small farms

VIDEOS

Title: Community supported agriculture : making a difference
Published: Wilson College CSA Project

Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Community supported agriculture : Elizabeth Smith
Published: Barre, MA : Northeast Organic Farming Association , c1993

Publishers Number: 9308
Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Community supported agriculture : Everett Lundquest, Ruth Chantry, John Ellis, Feb. 9, 1999
Published: Lincoln, NE : Cooperative Extension, University of Nebraska , c1998
Series: Small farming systems seminar series

Call Number: 85.1 COM
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA)

Title: Farmers and their diversified horticultural marketing strategies
Contributors: Produced by Vern Grubinger
Published: Burlington, VT : University of Vermont Extension , 1999

Call Number: 85 FAR
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Cooperatives and cooperation , Internet , Marketing , Marketing direct to consumers , Marketing to institutions , U-pick

WEB PAGES

Scheduling Vegetable Plantings for Continuous Harvest (ATTRA)
Managing a CSA Farm 2: Community, Economics, Marketing, and Training (CIAS - University of Wisconsin)
Managing a CSA Farm 1: Production, Labor, Land (CIAS - University of Wisconsin)
Local Food Systems for Iowa (Iowa State University)
The Guide to Financing the Community Supported Farm (University of Vermont)
Farm Networks Work - A CSA Success Story (CIAS - University of Wisconsin)
Farms and Iowa (Iowa State University)
Economic Feasibility oF a small acrEagE organic VEgEtablE Farm (Texas A&M University )
CSA: More for your money than fresh vegetables (Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems)
CSA Connecting Local Farms to Local Employers (CEFS)
Crop Planning for CSAs (Penn State)
Community Supported Agriculture: The Producer/Consumer Partnership (Colorado State University)
Community Supported Agriculture Growing Food...and Community (Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems University of Wisconsin)
Community-Supported Agriculture in Maryland (Maryland Cooperative Extension)
Community Suppoted Agriculture (University of Florida )
Community Supported Agriculture (University of Nebraska)
Community Supported Agriculture (ATTRA)
Community Support Agriculture (NRCS)


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