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Farms' investors enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of their labors

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / July 27, 2005

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Think globally, eat locally. That could be the motto of the CSA movement. Community supported agriculture pairs growers with customers, who buy ''shares" in local farms. Since the movement came to Massachusetts in 1985, it has provided cash upfront for many farmers who might not have survived without it (shareholders pay $200 to $500 a year). The payoff: Throughout the ... (Full article: 635 words)

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