Playing the stalk market

Vara, J.
June 1991
Yankee;Jun91, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p112
Reports on the community-supported agriculture project (CSA) method used by Blue Flag Farm owners Vicky Palmer and Mary Ann Tormey to sell their organically-grown produce in Cabot, Vermont. Shareholders; Produce shareholders receive; Unfamiliarity of CSA approach in United States; Shares prices; Benefits to shareholders.


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