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In need of more worker shares

May 28, 2011

It’s almost time for summer baskets and we want to thank all of our current CSA members for joining us for the summer season and our many new members that are joining us as well! If you wanted to be a part of our extended family, but didn’t get your application in on time or couldn’t afford to pay for the membership, now is your chance to get involved! Our current worker shares have been so great and have contributed way more than expected. They truly are part of the family here at the Salacoa farms, but we are in need of some more good worker shares to keep up with our summer growing season.

We are looking for currently looking for applicants for more CSA worker shares. This means that you will come to the farm and help us out in exchange for a free CSA basket. This is a great way to be a part of the growing experience, learn more about the food you eat, and pick your own CSA basket. We are only an hour away from Atlanta and it’s a great way to get out and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. You can also get to know your growers better and will enjoy a free lunch on your work days.

To join as a CSA worker, 8 hours of work per week gets you a full CSA basket on the weeks you work and 5 hours of work per week gets you a half share. You will also be able to pull from our test gardens for your basket! We will also have other goodies available for you from time to time (like our fresh, pasture raised eggs). Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our worker share program or want to join us for the summer growing season. You can leave a comment here or contact us at salacoacsa at

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  1. arlene edwards permalink
    June 21, 2011 6:57 am

    would like to sign up for workshare – 5hours

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