Tuv Ha’Aretz gives people from Boulder County faith communities an opportunity to eat local, organic produce through partnerships with local farmers and to explore contemporary food issues from faith-based perspectives.
Tuv Ha’Aretz means “good for the earth” and “good from the earth” in Hebrew. When you join Boulder’s Tuv Ha’Aretz, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, you will receive a share of local, fresh, organic vegetables every week of the growing season from our partner Red Wagon Organic Farm.
In addition you will have the opportunity to join a unique community where you will enhance your understanding of where your food comes from, foster unique relationships with the people who grow your food and deepen your connection with others who care about contemporary food issues.
Tuv Ha’Aretz is a collaborative project of St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Kehillath Aish Kodesh,Congregations Bonai Shalom, Har HaShem, Nevei Kodesh, Pardes Levavot, and The Boulder Jewish Community Center.
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