Community Supported Agriculture is thriving in the Central Valley
Ryan Galt, UC Davis
Libby O'Sullivan, UC Davis
Jessica Beckett, UC Davis
Colleen C. Hiner, UC Davis
California Agriculture 66(1):8-14. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v066n01p8.
The rapid growth of CSAs continues despite the economic downturn, and their gross sales per acre remain higher than most other types of farming.
R.E. Galt is Assistant Professor, Department of Human and Community Development, UC Davis; L. O'Sullivan is Ph.D. Student, Geography Graduate Group, UC Davis; J. Beckett is M. Sc., Community Development, UC Davis; C.C. Hiner is Ph.D. Candidate, Geography Graduate Group, UC Davis.
Essential funding was provided by a UC Davis Hellman Fellowship, a grant from the Packard Foundation through the Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis, and the UC Davis Agricultural Experiment Station. This work is part of Hatch Project CA-D∗-HCD-7743-H.