Best Way to Be a Locavore Without Actually Gardening 

Tucson Community Supported Agriculture

Staff Pick

If you're looking for a way to get locally produced vegetables, and you don't know about Tucson Community Supported Agriculture, this is going to make your day. Tucson CSA offers produce shares from two Southern Arizona farms. You buy a subscription for a season, and stop by Tucson CSA's pickup center on your assigned day to get your portion of that week's harvest. Sure, you may get sick of eating kale everyday for three months, but the strangest thing happens: You feel healthier; you always have fresh vegetables; and cooking dinner becomes an adventure rather than a chore. And you never have to dig in the dirt.
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