"How to manage CSA" was the name of the first of the four upcoming testing seminars in the European project "SolidBase - Financial Sustainability Education for Solidarity-Based Food System", where we look for new ways to support the financial self-sufficiency of solidarity food systems, including Community Supported Agriculture.
The second of the four test seminars foreseen in the European project "Solid Base – Financial Sustainability for Solidarity-Based Food System“ focused on how to plan CSAs financially. During this seminar, the discussion was on how we should be looking for new ways of supporting the financial self-sufficiency of solidarity food systems, including Community –Supported Agriculture (CSA).
In 2019, the role of our Urgenci Community Supported Agriculture network will be key. Our collective efforts to build greater social, environmental and economic justice – with an obvious focus on food justice – means that every project, every collective action must clearly aim to create genuinely sustainable local food systems.