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itshissong | Apr 2, 201505:28 AM     6

My wife and I moved back east to the Boston area (Watertown) from Chicago last summer. We're now all settled in and looking to find a good CSA for the summer/fall and I'm finding precious few resources to help me sift through all of the possibilities. There is a rankings thread from 2011, but the most recent post on it is from that year and I'd love more current views/rankings.

We're looking for organic growing practices (certification is not absolutely necessary) and, hopefully, the possibility of small shares as we like to retain some flexibility in our menu. That said, I'd love to just hear what everyone's experiences have been with various CSAs in the area. Thanks!

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