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Enhancing the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Marketing Model in Maryland - CRED-01

Author: 
Ginger S. Myers
Enhancing the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Marketing Model in Maryland - CRED-01


Enhancing the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Marketing Model in Maryland - CRED-01
seeks to look at the broad picture of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) as a marketing model and then burrows down, utilizing survey results from Maryland CSA farmers to further define what works well, and how to retain customers and how to increase profitability.

By Ginger S. Myers, Director, Maryland Enterprise Development Center and Extension Specialist, University of Maryland Extension. Reviewers: Laura K. Hunsberger, Senior Agent, University of Maryland Extension - Worcester County; David A. Martin, Senior Agent, University of Maryland Extension - Baltimore County.

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