|Help us bring great food to these smiling faces!|
Friday, April 18, 2014
Posted by Zeb at 4:34 PM
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Do you recognize any of these fine establishments? They are among our newest CSA pickup spots and we're excited to be able to partner with them in delivering quality food to more areas and more mouths throughout western Pa. We need a minimum of 10 members at each site to deliver this summer so spread the word to your neighbors throughout western Pennsylvania! Thanks to everyone in these communities, site hosts and CSA members, who has committed to supporting local organic agriculture!
|Butler: The Chop Shop on Main St.|
|Edinboro YMCA on Rt 6N|
|Erie Whole Foods Co-Op, 12th St.|
|Grove City: Beans on Broad Coffee|
|Slippery Rock: North Country Brewing|
|Punxsutawney: Laska's Pizza|
|Moon Twp Municipal Bldg|
|East Liberty: Great Harvest Bread Co. Opening Soon!|
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Looking forward to fresh seasonal veggies already?! Reserve your spot in our Summer CSA and reserve your source of local organic produce from June until Thanksgiving.
Saturday, October 19, 2013
At Clarion River Organics we take food safety very seriously. We have been working with a coalition of Amish farmers in collaboration with USDA and university experts to put in place food safety programs appropriate to our farm sizes and technology levels. We believe these practices keep our food just as safe or safer than factory farmed food while preserving food quality, nutrition, and low environmental impact. And the science supports us in this. Unfortunately big business is pushing for a industrial standard that would crush small farms.
If you have time and are interested, please add your name to the petition linked below requesting that the FDA modify its rules to include appropriate practices and oversight for small farms selling locally. If you have even more time, the link below will also offer help in sending your personal comments directly to the FDA. And if you could share this with anyone else interested that would be wonderful. Thanks for helping us keep food safe and keep small farms strong!
Posted by Zeb at 2:37 PM