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Common Good City Farm

a gardening and education program providing fresh food to low-income individuals or families in DC

( Member since September 2011.  Listing views:6311 )

    Contact: jeremiah lowery
V Street, NW, between 2nd and 4th Streets, NW
City, State: washington dcDistrict of Columbia      Zip:20001
Phone: 240-475-4009    2nd Phone: 240-475-4009
Fax: 240-475-4009
Online ordering: No      Nonprofit: Yes
Option 2. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) CSA is a produce subscription program. For $40 a month, paid in advance, you receive organically-grown produce from Common Good City Farm on a weekly basis. WIC checks accepted. The program runs May until the end of October, and the deadline to sign up will be a week before the start of a new month. The last day of the month is the last day to sign up to start the CSA program the following month. Pick up will be every Tuesday from 4pm to 6pm and Friday 10am to 12pm, and produce can be delivered to Washington D.C. locations for special circumstances (disability, conflict in schedules, etc). Eligibility: To be eligible for Green Tomorrows, you must make less than a DC living wage, which is $480/week without children or $980/week with children or other dependents.

1) CSA / Community Supported Agriculture / Buying Club

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