Best Community-Supported Agriculture
Three Part Harmony
Emergence Community Art Collective, 733 Euclid St. NW
The CSA nightmare is getting stuck with a series of oversized boxes filled with rutabagas you don’t know how to cook. The dream is a season of Three Part Harmony’s shares, grown without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified seeds on a two-acre urban farm in Brookland. Their flexible CSA model allows members to pick their own produce from tables piled with a weekly selection of vegetables, herbs, fruits, and flowers. You can weight your share with more of the tomatoes and peppers you love and still test out things like watermelon radishes and sunchokes. Farmer Gail Taylor is often on hand to give advice on new ways to experiment with the week’s features and the best ways to cook turnip greens.