The Best Article EVER on Environmental Impact of Food Choices

Howdy Eaters, I just read the absolute most concise, informative and thoughtful piece in the Washington Post. Bottom line is that this is murky territory. Read as you can, and make adjustments to your diet as it makes sense to you. No matter what, eating beautiful fresh vegetables in season from within 50 miles ofContinue reading “The Best Article EVER on Environmental Impact of Food Choices”

Support film about CSA pioneers at INDIEGOGO

The Last Crop is a tribute to the Mains who, like you, have altered the status quo between farmer and food consumer through CSAs. It is a CALL TO ACTION to ensure that farmland will be affordable to our next generation of CSA farmers.  At the heart of our story is one family’s determination to address three critical issues facing farmers and our nation’sContinue reading “Support film about CSA pioneers at INDIEGOGO”

PVF East Has a New Drop Site in McLean for Autumn!

PVF East has added a new drop site for the Autumn CSA season. We will deliver to a new porch in McLean on Tuesdays. If you’ve already signed up and McLean is a better location for you, you can email Hana to change your location to McLean. For more information about the CSA and allContinue reading “PVF East Has a New Drop Site in McLean for Autumn!”

PVF West CSA’s Online Registration is Closed (but it’s not too late)

PVF West online registration is closed. However, if you’re still interested in participating in the PVF West Summer CSA, please contact Stacey. For information about the PVF West Summer CSA, please see our CSA information page. The PVF East CSA is sold out. There will be no waiting list for summer. Registration for Autumn sharesContinue reading “PVF West CSA’s Online Registration is Closed (but it’s not too late)”

COME SUPPORT THE FARM PROPOSAL FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY’S NEW 40-ACRE PARK IN MCLEAN

One innovative proposal is to use part of the space to create the County’s own productive, ecologically- and financially-sustainable farm whose mission is to donate 50% of the harvest to local people who do not have access to fresh produce. This would meet and exceed the goals for a community park, and have long-term goalsContinue reading “COME SUPPORT THE FARM PROPOSAL FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY’S NEW 40-ACRE PARK IN MCLEAN”