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Spring’s First Harvest: local organic produce

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Rise ‘N Shine Farm’s first bounty of the year

 

Spring is here, and with it the first harvest of the season. It’s my family’s second year belonging to a CSA. This time around we chose a farm with a drop off site much closer to home. Our produce now comes from Rise ‘N Shine Organic Farm, which produces vegetables, fruits, poultry and eggs. Don’t the strawberries look luscious? Time to get munching.

Robynne Boyd About the Author: Robynne Boyd began writing about people and the planet when living barefoot and by campfire on the North Shore of Kauai, Hawaii. Over a decade later and now fully dependent on electricity, she continues this work as an editor for IISD Reporting Services. When not in search of misplaced commas and terser prose, Robynne writes about environment and energy. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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  1. 1. davidwogan 4:06 pm 05/2/2012

    My mouth is watering from looking at those strawberries!

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