CSA Member Handouts
Explore our handouts for eating seasonally, Community Supported Agriculture, and organic farming. Choose local and organic for healthy food, farms, and people.
Favorite Kitchen Tools for CSA
CSA season is an immersion into fresh, seasonal foods. To make quick work of preparing your fresh vegetables we recommend having a few of these kitchen tools on hand to make prep a snap.
Pantry Staples for CSA
View this list of pantry staples that make it easy to improvise a quick recipe with your CSA share. Aim to make your own list of stocked items during the CSA season.
Eating with the Seasons
Want to learn more about what produce will be available each season? This postcard lists what type of fruits and vegetables you are most likely to see at the farmers market, in a CSA share, or at a local restaurant in Kentucky.
Store It. Prepare It. Eat It. Love It!
Trying to find new ways to prepare and store local produce? This postcard offers quick pro-tips on how to store, preserve, and cook and items you might find in your CSA share or at the farmers market. Download this handout to waste less of the fresh produce.
The Organic Label
What does the organic label mean? This handout defines the USDA organic seal and what organic farmers are required to do to maintain their certification. Download this handout for a quick reference on the categories of organic food labeling and reason to buy from organic farms.
Why Organic Matters
Why organic? This postcard lists how purchasing organic foods impacts human health, the environment, and the local food system. Download this document if you are looking for quick facts to share about the positive difference organic agriculture can make!
What is CSA?
Eager to share all the reasons to join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program? Use this poster as an educational resource to promote CSA in your workplace, neighborhood, or community. It highlights the impact CSA has on member's health, the environment, and the local food system. Download this to spread the word!
These consumer resources were created by the Organic Association of Kentucky.