Promoting Workplace CSA’s in the Southern Adirondacks. Laura McDermott, Capital District Vegetable and Small Fruit Program Teresa Whalen, Adirondack Harvest. What we will cover today:. Introduce project partners Introduce project What is a CSA? Why would I be interested in this project?
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Promoting Workplace CSA’s in the Southern Adirondacks
Laura McDermott, Capital District Vegetable and Small Fruit Program
Teresa Whalen, Adirondack Harvest
- envisions a picturesque and productive working landscape connecting local farmers to their communities and regional markets.
- goals are to increase opportunities for profitable, sustainable production and sale of high quality food and agricultural products, and to expand consumer choices for locally produced healthy food.
- This mission ensures the future preservation and growth of our open farmland while providing a diversity of healthy food products for consumers.
Creating Healthy Places to Live, Work and Play
Worksite Wellness at the Health Promotion Center of Glens Falls Hospital