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What is a CSA? How to sponsor a local farm through Community Supported Agriculture

Have you been wondering, what is a CSA? It is a fantastic way to support a local farm and strengthen American farmers. You'll also get high quality produce, reduce your carbon footprint, and keep the people in your community at work. Now is the time of year to find and sign up for a CSA! But first, we'll fill you in on everything you need to know. Participating in a CSA is a great way to show your support for American agriculture. It also gives you the peace of mind knowing exactly where and how your produce was grown.  This...

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Make it an American made Thanksgiving dinner this year

Have an American made Thanksgiving this year.  Show that you are thankful for ‘Made in USA' and make it a point to incorporate American made products into your entertaining. Not holding Thanksgiving festivities at your home this year? These suggestions will also make great host/hostess gifts! American Made Thanksgiving Dinner Table Ideas Don't miss our recent articles on setting the Thanksgiving table or our picks for serving the pies plus a pumpkin martini recipe. If you will be starting your holiday decorating this weekend, be sure to check our quick and easy tips for holiday decorating with American made. Before you...

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Keep our Food Made in the USA: 4 Ways to Support American Agriculture this Fall

There are so many fun things to do at local farms this time of year: events to attend, and good things to eat! Remember- supporting our local farmers is an important way to support American agriculture. Keep those farms in business so we know that our food is made in the USA! Fall decorations, yes, even Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations, are appearing in stores. Pumpkin Spice coffee is available at the local coffee shop.  The signs of fall are here and local farmers are busy harvesting their bounty, and clearing their fields or preparing for winter crops.  In my opinion...

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