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USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
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August 27, 2009
Five year-old Lizzie Aldrich holds up an eggplant she harvested for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)...
MILLIS, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
Five year-old Lizzie Aldrich holds up an eggplant she harvested for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) customers at Tangerini's Spring Street Farm in Millis, Massachusetts August 20, 2009. Tangerini's is one of a growing number of mostly small-scale U.S. farm operations that have turned to community-supported agriculture as a new business model. The 74-acre (30-hectare) farm sells shares of its crop of vegetable and fruit crop in winter and early spring. Its 230 customers pick up their share of the produce every week at the farm, starting in June and running through the growing season. The Aldrich family is a workshare customer, meaning they work on the farm in exchange for their share of the produce. Picture taken August 20, 2009. To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
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