Pregitzer Farm Market

. March 1, 2016.
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Started as a roadside stand in 1996, Pregitzer Farm Market has expanded its services to include four greenhouses, an egg share, and cattle and chicken service, all by embracing the concept of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Here’s how it works: community members pay for a subscription to the farm, and the farmer provides consumers with a weekly share of the harvest. The CSA program supports local business, provides great fresh food, and thanks to the delivery service, it is convenient. The produce list includes winter squash, eggplant, kale, and so much more, including chicken, eggs, and beef upon request. 

To find out more, and to get involved,
visit pregitzerfarmmarket.com.

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