Campus Supported Agriculture Program, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Campus Supported Agriculture Program, Georgia

Type: Program

Status: Ongoing

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The Georgia Tech Campus Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program is back!
If you would like to join the dozens of members of the Georgia Tech Campus Agriculture Program to have fresh, local, organic family farmed foods delivered to you on campus please register at Moore Farms and Friends online marketplace.

How do I order my food?
Orders must be made between 5pm on Friday and 5pm on Monday at the Moore Farms and Friends online marketplace. Remember to select Georgia Tech as your pick-up location when placing your order.

What can I order?
The CSA program's basic shares will be vegan produce boxes, but you will have the option to order other items including meat, eggs, cheese, milk, pasta, grains, and other vegetables. Our program uses an online marketplace which allows for you to either order a regular CSA share and/or other items for your delivered box. You may pay by credit, debit, check, or paypal. There is no seasonal commitment and orders are made on a weekly basis.

How much does it cost?
There is an annual registration fee of $25 to make your purchases. A regular farmer pick box for two people is $20 and a large box for three to four people is $30. You may pick a custom box for an additional packing fee of $4. CSA members find that a box lasts approximately a week depending on how often you cook.

Where and when do I pick up my food?
You may pick up your order on Wednesdays in the Student Center between Burdell's and the Post Office from 12:30-4pm.

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