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Co-op Community | October 2016

CalFresh on the Farm!

North Coast Co-op

A growing number of Humboldt County farmers
now accept CalFresh, formerly known as food
stamps, directly at their farms! Use your EBT card
to purchase Community Supported Agriculture
(CSA)* shares and/or shop for produce at farm
stands at the locations listed:

DeepSeeded Community
Offerings: CSA Shares
Contact Info:
Eddie Tanner
(707) 825-8033
Location: Arcata: Stewart and Wyatt Avenues

Organic Matters Ranch
Offerings: CSA Shares, Farm Stand, Pumpkin Patch
Contact Info:
Heather Plaza
(707) 407-3276
Location: Eureka: 6821 Myrtle Avenue

Redwood Roots Farm
CSA Shares, Farm Stand
Contact Info:
Janet Czarnecki
(707) 826-0261
Location: Bayside: 45 Fellowship Way (off Jacoby Crk Rd)

Shakefork Community Farm
CSA Shares
Contact Info:
Melanie Cunningham
(707) 498-3546
Location: Carlotta: 7914 CA-36

College of the Redwoods
Farm Stand
Contact Info:
John Short
(707) 599-1338
Location: Eureka: 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd

Clendenen's Cider Works
Farm Stand 
Contact Info:
Clif Clendenen
(707) 725-2123
Location: Fortuna: 96 12th St.

* Purchasing a CSA Share with EBT:
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farm and a community of supporters. CSA members commit to a farm for a whole growing season by purchasing a CSA share. The farmer then provides each member with a weekly distribution of fresh, seasonal produce at the peak of ripeness and nutrition. Talk to the farmer about CalFresh payment options

The Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) CAFF builds sustainable food and farming systems through policy, advocacy, and on-the-ground programs that create more resilient family farms, communities and ecosystems.

Questions? Contact the Community Alliance with Family Farmers for more information at (707) 826-0233 x 601.

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