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Gorge Grown hosts Open House


Crocus flowers, morel mushrooms and pea shoots—all signs that spring is near and thus too, a new season of Columbia River Gorge agricultural bounty. One way farmers share their cultivated abundance is through a sales model called “community supported agriculture (CSA).” This model is often referred to as a CSA or farm share program. It is sometimes described as a “vegetable prescription” program because you pay for the season’s produce up front, but here in the Gorge we are lucky to have several meat CSA programs as well. With a goal of promoting local CSA farms, Gorge Grown Food Network (GGFN) will host their 3rd annual CSA Farm Open House on March 18, at 5 p.m. at Columbia...

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