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Issue No. 10: At-home agriculture in southern Alabama

Issue No. 10: At-home agriculture in southern Alabama

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Feast and Field heads to the Deep South to learn about the importance of CSAs (and all things agriculture) with Hawkins Homestead Farm,  a suburban farm in Kinsey, Alabama. We explore how access to fresh produce is made possible with various types of urban farming, and how — and why — to compost your scraps once you’re done with them.

Plus, we show how to make the most out of your CSA delivery with a handful of vegetarian recipes to utilize your various ingredients, complete with our seasonal produce guide so you always know what’s in season — regardless of where you reside.


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