Farmers and patrons meet-and-greet

. March 31, 2018.
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The Ann Arbor Farmers Market will host a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farmer meet and greet, where potential patrons can learn about CSA opportunities directly from Ann Arbor Farmers Market vendors. A CSA membership is essentially a farm subscription service. Members buy a share of a season’s worth of vegetables, meats, milk, or flowers in advance, providing farmers with the funds they need to grow their products. Members then pick up their share of the harvest each week. Ann Arbor Farmers Market vendors’ CSA members can conveniently pick up their food every week at the farmers market.

Saturday, April 21 8am–3pm
315 Detroit St, Ann Arbor
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