“Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.” – USDA Friday is National CSA Day.  At Fresh Harvest, […]

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#1  Support 12 local farms   We work with the best growers in the state. Each one is organic certified and uses sustainable growing practices to ensure the land is enriched and each veggie is nutrient dense. If you’ve ever asked, “How do I eat locally?”, then we’ve got you covered. #2  Less Waste Each […]

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         MUSHROOM MANIA At our first volunteer day at the FH Garden this year, we inoculated tons of mushroom logs for oyster and shiitake mushrooms.  As an online retailer we don’t often get to meet our customers.  Our garden in Clarkston, however, is changing that.  We believe for the local food movement […]

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“Growing food roots someone to the land in a way that is palpable and intimate and goes far beyond a sentimental love of nature.” – Soil and Sacrament A garden not only grows food, it grows a community as well.  We experienced that first hand last weekend at our volunteer day at the Fresh Harvest […]

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We love reducing food waste!  One of the best ways to do this is storing fruits and veggies properly.  The best place to store all produce is in your belly.  The second best place for each item is listed here… Tangelos – They can be stored at a cool room temperature for up to a week. For longer […]

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FH Community  Use the hashtag #freshharvestga to join the potluck!