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Permalink What are some resources for finding research and statistics about community supported agriculture (CSA)?

Washington D.C.

Answer: There are several resources you can explore that will have statistics and information regarding CSAs.

1. ATTRA publication: Community Supported Agriculture (Section on Trends and Statistics. Also see resource section).

2. SARE website: search for csa's under publications and databases. There is a database on csa statistics from Western SARE.

3. USDA National Agriculture Library: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center, CSA.

4. USDA Agriculture Marketing Service

5. USDA Agriculture Census: Look in 2002 census

6. CSA Website

7. Book: Sharing the Harvest
By Elizabeth Henderson (new edition is out)



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