Think Globally, Eat Locally

Get fresh, locally grown produce delivered to you at work by signing up for a CSA farm share this summer.

Merrimack is partnering with Farmer Dave’s in Dracut to offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm shares.  Purchase of a share entitles you to a box of fresh, locally grown produce every week for 20 weeks, from mid-June through late October.   Small and regular vegetable shares, as well as fruit shares, are available. If we get enough interest, deliveries will be made to campus.

Pick up would be on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00-6:00 at McQuade Library.  Any leftover produce will be donated locally. 

Interested?  Go to http://farmerdaves.csaware.com/store/ to sign up,  or email C.J. Wong at wongc@merrimack.edu for more info.

Sponsored by McQuade Library, Welcome Center,  Human Resources,  & Hamel Health and Counseling 

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