Tuv Ha’aretz means “Good for/from the Land” in Hebrew. As a local, organic CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), we feel committed to our name by providing community and sustainable food to the immediate community of Boulder, Colorado.
In addition to locally grown produce, we provide educational opportunities and community to our CSA members through film nights, cooking classes, and newsletters filled with information and recipies.
Our partner farm is Red Wagon Organic Farm, in Longmont, Colorado, and pickups are Tuesday evening in the parking lot of the Boulder JCC and Thursday evenings at Congregation Bonai Shalom‘s parking lot. If you would like to join our CSA, please do so by clicking HERE . The membership fee goes towards all of the activities that we schedule throughout the year, a tote bag, funding this website, our newsletter, and most importantly your Share the Harvest donations go towards food justice: subsidizing shares of those who would otherwise not be able to afford to pre-purchase fresh fruits and veggies this season.
Tuv Ha’Aretz is a collaborative project of Congregations Aish Kodesh, Bonai Shalom, Har HaShem, Nevei Kodesh, Pardes Levavot, Adventure Rabbi: Synagogue Without Walls, The Boulder Jewish Community Center, and Saint Aidan’s Episcopal Church.
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