Community Supported Agriculture http://kunc.org en A New Year's Resolution Guide To Eating Healthy http://kunc.org/post/new-years-resolution-guide-eating-healthy <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Along with the New Year come resolutions to change our habits. My resolution is to eat more fresh local foods through our garden and to support local farmers.</span></p><p> Sat, 28 Dec 2013 13:00:00 +0000 Tom Throgmorton 52993 at http://kunc.org A New Year's Resolution Guide To Eating Healthy Forget The Golf Course, Developers Use Farming To Sell Suburban Homes http://kunc.org/post/forget-golf-course-developers-use-farming-sell-suburban-homes <p>For decades, housing developments in the suburbs have come complete with golf courses, tennis courts, strip malls and swimming pools. But make way for the new subdivision amenity: the specialty farm.</p><p> Tue, 10 Dec 2013 12:00:00 +0000 Luke Runyon & Harvest Public Media 52672 at http://kunc.org Forget The Golf Course, Developers Use Farming To Sell Suburban Homes What's So Great About Locally Grown Food? http://kunc.org/post/whats-so-great-about-locally-grown-food <p></p><p></p><p>The best thing we can do to eat healthier and to bolster our local economy is to buy locally grown food. At our house, groceries are a big part of our bills. So, for us, groceries are an important place to spend locally. Sat, 26 Oct 2013 12:00:00 +0000 Tom Throgmorton 51196 at http://kunc.org What's So Great About Locally Grown Food? #FoodChatting About Farmers Markets http://kunc.org/post/foodchatting-about-farmers-markets <p></p><p>Curious about what’s happening online in the food scene? Four years ago, a new hashtag popped up in the Twittersphere - #foodchat is where consumers and producers can talk.</p><p> Thu, 22 Aug 2013 16:39:29 +0000 Luke Runyon & Harvest Public Media 48674 at http://kunc.org #FoodChatting About Farmers Markets Community Supported Agriculture: How Big Is Too Big? http://kunc.org/post/community-supported-agriculture-how-big-too-big The peak of the summer harvest is approaching, which means that if you have a community supported agriculture share, you may be receiving a daunting amount of fresh produce to cook every week.<p>In recent years, the <a href="http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2012/03/28/149564453/what-is-community-supported-agriculture-the-answer-keeps-changing">CSA model</a> has been attracting thousands of new farmers and consumers. Farmers like CSAs because they get money to cover the costs of production at the beginning of the season. Tue, 16 Jul 2013 14:56:00 +0000 Grace Hood 47145 at http://kunc.org Community Supported Agriculture: How Big Is Too Big?