For their spring CSA, Hudson Farms is offering more than 30 crops, from tomatoes to sugar peas. The CSA has drop-offs near Charleston, including Duvall Catering and Event Design, the Coastal Cupboard, and Page's Thieves Market in Mt. Pleasant. You'll be tasting Hudson Farm's crops at restaurants like Rutledge Cab Co. Hudson sends out weekly e-mails to his customers informing them of what will end up in their box, plus a few recipes. People can also buy CSA shares with Hudson at a discounted rate and donate their food to nonprofits like the Lowcountry Food Bank to get a tax refund. If CSA members are going out of town, they can also let Hudson donate their box to the Bank for that week.


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