TUV HA’ARETZ PORTLAND OFFERS SUSTAINABLE LOCAL FOOD, JEWISHLY
Tuv Ha’aretz Portland begins its first season as a revamped and improved Jewish CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) bringing local and sustainable food with a distinctly Jewish flavor to Portland. Ilana Cloud and Jonathan Strunin head this new and exciting business.
A CSA is a relationship between the customer and local family farms. Through Tuv Ha’aretz, every member’s money is an investment, going straight to support local farms and food suppliers. In exchange, members receive weekly shares of vegetables and fruits, delivered to pickup locations throughout Portland.
Tuv Ha’aretz isn’t just a CSA, it is a Jewish CSA that connects the modern local food movement with Jewish heritage, cultures and traditions. In addition to fruits and vegetables, Tuv Ha’aretz offers pickles, challah, kosher wine and beer, holiday boxes and other items, all from small farms and businesses within an hour of Portland. Tuv Ha’aretz offers boxes and add-ons for Jews and the Jewishly interested of all stripes – singles and large families, millennials and elders, cooks and non-cooks alike.
Beyond food, Tuv Ha’aretz builds Jewish community through events from beer making workshops to farm work days and member-hosted Shabbats. Members become part of a pluralistic Jewish community, linked by the joy of celebrating and eating great food.
Sign-ups are now open both online and by phone. The season runs for 22 weeks, between June 1 and Oct. 31. Payment plans are available.
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