Organic Vegetable Delivery (CSA) and Farmer's Markets

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
Farmer's Markets: Most Wednesdays the University Park Campus hosts farmer's markets for students, faculty, and staff on McCarthy Quad from 11 AM to 3 PM. Hosted by the USC Undergraduate Student Government and USC Hospitality, there is diversity of produce and grocies available as well as hot food options. You can even get your club featured get your student club exposure. For more information, please visit: http://usg.usc.edu/usc-farmers-market-info-and-sign-up/ or check out the USC Hospitality Facebook page
The South Central Farmers Collaborative, a local non-profit group, operates a community supported agriculture program at USC's University park Campus.  Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a new idea in farming, where consumers interested in safe food and farmers seeking stable markets for their crops join together in economic partnerships.  You can pay a share in the collaborative and receive a weekly box of fresh, USDA certified organic produce delivered to campus!
Order a box of fresh, organic produce by 5:00 PM on Mondays and pick it up from "The Lot" on Wednesday after 3:00 PM. Prices starts at $20.00 per box (discounts available).
For more information and to order, please visit:
scfcoop.southcentralfarmers.com/categories/CSA-Boxes
Email: csa.usc@gmail.com
On the Health Science Campus, the Keck Students For Sustainability coordinate a CSA (community-supported agriculture) program that has been received with enthusiasm by both USC students and faculty. Bringing the ethos of local, organic produce even closer to home, the organization pairs up with fellow students and community members to work on a community garden at Clinica Oscar Romero.