Happy Pri Adamah opening day!

Hip hip hooray! Today is Pri Adamah day. That’s right. You can now go here and sign up for the 2011 season.

There are some new features to the program this year…

-Choose between 13 or 18 points and come every Tuesday to Temple Sinai and select the fresh, organic produce that is right for you and your family.

-All of the produce comes from local, organic farmers. Whatever The Cutting Veg doesn’t grow on its own soil is outsourced. The majority of the produce will be veggies.

-you can pay online via credit card

-online registration (unless you wish to pay by check or installments, then you should email daniel AT thecuttingveg.com

-If you determine that The Cutting Veg Community Supported Agriculture Program is not right for you, please provide us with two weeks notice, and we will refund you for the remaining weeks.

-If you sign up for the “Spring Thaw” special you will get 22 weeks for the price of 20. Only through March 31.

-CSA Members also receive exclusive offers and discounts from community partners.

The goal of the Pri Adamah CSA’s goal is to have 126 members. Remember if you think you can’t use a whole share you can find a partner to split the share. If you need assistance with this, please contact social_action AT templesinai.net

Like last year, we are relying on members to come and volunteer during the CSA hours (about 1pm-7pm on Tuesdays). This can be a wonderful family activity. There are lots of jobs for little hands, too. If you are interested in doing so, or know someone who is a teenager and needs volunteer hours please contact social_action AT templesinai.net

In preparation for an exciting season, the Social Action committee is hosting a Preserving the Harvest Workshop on Sunday, April 10 from 2-4pm. Our farmer, Daniel Hoffman will teach how to dry, freeze, can and make the produce last throughout the year to enjoy.

I’m already dreaming about garlic scapes and kale chips. How about you?

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I am a rabbi living in North America. I was ordained from HUC-JIR. This is my blog.
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