Duke Sustainability: Duke University is committed to examining the actual and potential environmental impacts associated with our activities and services in order to continually improve environmental performance. This web site is a clearinghouse for news and information about our efforts toward exemplary environmental stewardship.
Community Supported Agriculture is a large, growing, and diverse movement. The sites listed below contain some of the best current information. They also provide additional links to CSA resources throughout the U.S. and other countries.
Carolina Farm Stewardship Association - Supports and expands local and organic agriculture in the Carolinas by "inspiring, educating, and organizing farmers and consumers." Works to build a network of farmers and consumers as the key to accomplishing this mission. Headquartered in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
The Robyn Van En Center for CSA Resources - Offers a variety of services to existing and new CSA farmers and shareholders nationally.
UMass Extension Vegetable Program: Community Supported Agriculture - Although New England-focused, explains the CSA concept in detail and provides numerous links to other resources. The site also profiles a variety of actual CSA farmers.
Alternative Farming Systems Information Center: CSA - A cooperative effort between the Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service and the National Agricultural Library of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.