As local farmers rest their fields in winter, we reflect back on what we’ve accomplished this year, thanks to you and to our other supporters.
We’re proud to have played an important role in encouraging tremendous growth within the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) movement. More farmers are growing more food for more families (over 11,000 shares in 2013!) and we’re seeing the incredible impact of this dynamic local food system on communities across Wisconsin. Thank you for being a part of this transformation.
But we’re just getting started. We need your timely support to help FairShare educate and engage more farmers and even more families in the coming year.
Please consider making an online donation or send a check to FairShare CSA Coalition, 303 S. Paterson St., #1B, Madison, WI 53703.
This amazing new cookbook and resource promises to help even more families learn how to prepare and utilize local, fresh food. In 2014, we will get this resource into the hands of thousands of families in Wisconsin and across the country.
FairShare launched a new Workplace CSA Program to make picking up fresh, local CSA boxes even easier. In 2014, five new businesses will host drop-off locations for CSA farms, delivering fresh food to over 250 families through workplaces.
In 2013, FairShare provided vital resources and education to over 155 farmers. Next year, as more farmers take up CSA to build viable, thriving local farm businesses, FairShare staff will create resources and training opportunities to help keep our farming community connected, strong, and successful.
By making a gift of $60 today, we’ll be able to support and strengthen our amazing CSA network in Wisconsin. We’ll also send you a copy of our wonderful new cookbook, Farm-Fresh and Fast!* Thank you for all you do to bolster community supported agriculture in Wisconsin.
You may donate online or send your check to FairShare CSA Coalition, 303 S. Paterson St., #1B, Madison, WI 53703.
* FairShare is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible as allowed by law. Contributors who receive a cookbook should reduce their tax-deductible gift amount by $10.