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CSA Network UK launches policy briefing for local authorities

The CSA Network has published a new briefing document aimed at local councils around the UK aimed at promoting CSAs and encouraging authorities to support them at a local level. The document is a great point of reference if you'd...
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CASE STUDIES: Meet the CSAs doing their bit to combat climate change

Click the 'Find out more' below any of the farms below to discover how they agroecological farming methods to produce food in a way that minimises carbon emissions, other pollution and plastics and boosts biodiversity while reconnecting communities to the...
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Council elections in England

Ahead of the local council elections taking place in England 6 May, we would like to invite CSA members to write to their local elected leaders and ask them to support CSA in their local area. Some ways to get...
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Save the Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm

  When Joanne Mudhar first bought the land for The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm seven years ago, the soil was utterly dead, with only 2% organic matter and no earthworms. It was just another small piece of land that had been utterly...
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Community Supported Agriculture & Livestock (Part 1)

  Richard Gorman discusses how animals can fit within the CSA model in this two part blog. There’s been a great deal of research on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and related models of alternative agriculture, but very little attention has...
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