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The Salt

Community Supported Agriculture: How Big Is Too Big?

Originally published on Tue July 16, 2013 10:43 am

Grant Family Farms in northern Colorado launched an organic CSA in 2007 and eventually attracted 5,000 members. But it went bankrupt in 2012.
Grace Hood KUNC

The peak of the summer harvest is approaching, which means that if you have a community supported agriculture share, you may be receiving a daunting amount of fresh produce to cook every week.

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Sun July 7, 2013
Wildfires

Additional Air Power For NoCo Firefighters This Summer

A type 3 helicopter, similar to one being managed by the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests, conducting mitigation following the 2012 Hewlett Gulch Fire
Lance Cheung U.S. Dept of Agriculture

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Fri June 14, 2013
Health

Despite Economic Recovery, Hunger Remains

Jessica Reeder Creative Commons/Flickr

In Larimer County, one in ten residents has received assistance from the food bank in the past year. That may seem counter-intuitive, given that --by most measures -- the economy appears to be improving.

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