Eat Your Veggies: Support Community Sponsored Agriculture 

We all yearn for the summer months each year – when the days are longer, the sun shines brighter, and life moves a little more slowly. It’s the season when we look forward to the crisp crunch of cucumbers and the juicy sweetness of tomatoes. Vegetables bring a delightful burst of life to our meals no matter the month, but do you know where that cucumber comes from, the people growing it, or the impact its cultivation has on the environment? 

At One Acre Farm, these questions are answered with a commitment to sustainability, community, and quality – not just in the summer months but also throughout the year. Located on 34 acres in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve, One Acre Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown farm that operates as a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) enterprise, dedicated to growing fresh vegetables using organic growing principles and eco-friendly methods that prioritize soil health and food diversity. The farm’s CSA model allows community members to subscribe and receive weekly shares of the harvest delivered to convenient locations around Montgomery County. The membership approach not only guarantees the freshest and most flavorful vegetables but also fosters a stronger connection between members and farmers, like Natasha Nazareth and Ginny Bonifacino at Nazareth Bonifacino Law and Farmer Mike at One Acre Farm.  

By joining a CSA like One Acre Farm, you contribute to a sustainable agricultural system, one that never uses synthetic chemicals, and help keep the local economy resilient. Ginny and Natasha are proud to support One Acre Farm through an annual subscription and encourage others to explore their offerings. Together, we can make a positive impact on our health, our community, and our planet.