2/24: CSA Fair

Look, there’s going to be ten billion people on Earth soon, and if we want to avoid a Wall-E-like existence, then we need to figure out how to feed them all. Eating local is one of the best ways. And if you want to meet the farmers behind some of Nashville’s most delicious food, head to the Nashville Farmer’s Market Saturday at 10 a.m. for the Community Supported Agriculture Fair.

Organized by the folks at Local Table Magazine, the fair is free to the public and a great way to learn about where to find the best local meat and vegetables. Tennessee Grass Fed, Ladies of the Lamb, and many more regional farmers will be in attendance.

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