The Good Food Collective(GFC), a multi-farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project, was featured in WROC TV’s regular “Go Green” feature last month. Its founder Chris Hartman and local farmer, Brian Beh, are featured, talking about good, local, sustainable food. To see the video segment, click here: http://rochesterhomepage.net/search-fulltext?nxd_id=84931
The GFC offers membership programs that connect people to local, sustainable foods and some of the best farmers in our area. It runs a summer CSA offering a weekly distribution of fresh, organic vegetables and fruit (June-October) and a winter CSA offering a monthly distribution of frozen, stored, and fresh organic vegetables and fruit (December-March). The Good Food Collective is a project of Headwater Foods, a Community Food Enterprise creating a value-filled, year-round supply chain of local, sustainable foods for the greater Rochester area.
breathe happens to be one of its community distribution locations, along with its South Wedge Farmers’ Market site on S. Clinton Ave.