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Fresh idea for supporting agriculture

CSA members buy shares of farm produce

Kaitlyn Watson (left) joins the harvest with Lily Flaherty and her mom, Kathleen Flaherty, at Tangerini's farm in Millis last July. Kaitlyn Watson (left) joins the harvest with Lily Flaherty and her mom, Kathleen Flaherty, at Tangerini's farm in Millis last July. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Darry Madden
Globe Correspondent / February 11, 2009

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It would require too much ink to list all the reasons to join a Community Supported Agriculture program, but your belly, your pocketbook, and your quality of life are at the top of this list. (Full article: 331 words)

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