Please help us to find out more about public attitudes and experiences of community supported agriculture (CSA) by taking part in one of our brief surveys (even – especially – if you’ve never heard about CSA before):
- If you are not a member of a CSA, please complete this survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CSA-non-member-survey
- If you are a member of a CSA, please complete this survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CSA-member-survey
It should only take 5 to 10 minutes. To thank you for your help, you’ll receive a discount code for books from Earthscan, a leading publisher of environmental books, and you’ll be entered into a prize draw for a selection of books.
So what’s this about?
Provenance is working with the Soil Association to research the impact of community supported agriculture (CSA), as part of the Making Local Food Work project to support CSA enterprises across England.
Community Supported Agriculture means any food, fuel or fibre producing initiative where the community shares the risks and rewards of production, whether through ownership, investment, sharing the costs of production, or provision of labour.