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Each box will give you some of whatever we have each week — a combination of some or all of vegetables, fruits, fresh herbs, goat milk products, and preserves.
You can also purchase eggs as part of your CSA. Some weeks may be a little sparse but others will be abundant, based on the growing season. You can expect your box to grow as the season does. Healthy, fresh produce guaranteed. You will never receive produce that is rotten, old, or unpalatable in any way. Occasionally you may receive something in your box that was grown at another farm for example, cranberries or corn.
What if I go on vacation or move? Can I pay weekly instead of up front? When we fill our subscriptions we are asking you to commit for the season so that we can plan to grow appropriate quantities.
This year we are offering a couple of different payment plans to our customers so that you can pay monthly instead of all at once, if you choose. We will ask for a small non-refundable deposit to reserve your subscription so that we know our customers are committed when we order seeds for the season. We will not be able to offer refunds on any portion of the share that you are unable to use, so if you have to drop out of the program we would encourage you to try and find someone willing to purchase your remaining weeks from you.
We will contact you by email each week to remind you of your scheduled pick up or delivery. If you miss the pick up or are unavailable to accept delivery we will donate the contents of your box that week to a local food bank. One of the joys of a CSA box is the opportunity to try new and sometimes interesting things. As a former veggie hater I can tell you first hand that having fresh produce makes a world of difference to how tasty it can be.
That said, not everyone likes everything. What does it cost?
The CSA will include one delivery per week for a total of 20 weeks. The first monthly payment or payment in full is due on the first day of delivery. Sign me up — I want to support ethical and sustainable local food production! We are offering 12 CSA shares for on a first come first serve basis.
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West Compton and unincorporated Willowbrook have more middle class blacks than the central city west of Alameda St. Lower-income subsections on Compton Boulevard have many businesses owned by Latinos. The city is known as the home of many famous rappers. Its founder, Ted Hayessaid, "The aim of playing cricket is to teach people how to respect themselves and respect authority so they stop killing each other.
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The cemetery was built in and survived the Long Beach earthquake. Martin Luther King Jr. This Civic Center monument is dedicated to the memory of Dr. It contains a historic marker and plaque placed by the Daughters of the Golden West in The oldest house in Compton, it was restored as a tribute to early settlers.
It is an important landmark of Compton's rich history. At the corner of Myrrh and Willowbrook near the Civic Center Plaza, the Heritage House is a rustic-looking home that will eventually have a museum detailing early life in Compton.
For now it shows the stark difference between the simple life of the 19th century and the fast-paced urban environment of the 21st. Municipal government[ edit ] After Lionel Cadean accountant, assumed the mayor's office inone of the first orders of business was to conduct an audit of the city's finances.
The administration was able to eliminate the huge deficit in one year by making cuts in every department. It also aggressively sought federal funding to help pay for essential services, which was at least partially effective. However, with the passage of the property tax cutting initiative Proposition 13 by California voters, Compton was one of the cities hardest hit, since it had already eliminated most of the excess from its budget.
Inthe Compton Police Department was disbanded amidst controversy and charges of corruption.
The police department claims it was disbanded after investigations of gang activity led to then-Compton Mayor Omar Bradley. Once this became public, the mayor charged it was the police who were themselves corrupt, and he disbanded the police department.
Omar Bradley has since faced serious corruption charges. Perrodinthe city's former mayor, was investigated in by the California State Bar for threatening to violate a local newspaper's First Amendment rights after the paper printed an investigative report relative to a contract granted to one of Perrodin's associates.
Following the report, Perrodin threatened to yank the city's advertising contract with the paper  A Times review of city records shows Perrodin was absent from city board and commission meetings nearly two-thirds of the time between July and July Some of the accusations involve the issuing of city contracts to personal donors and friends.
One particular accusation involved the trash and recycling contract of the city to Pacific Coast Waste and Recycling LLC in whose leadership donated large amounts of money to Perrodin's political coffers.
Notices of intent to circulate recall petitions against four Compton city officials are expected to be filed in Augustby a group of citizens who claim corruption in Compton is being ignored by the same authorities who were shocked by the recent salary controversy in the city of Bell.
The Times says council members refused to discuss the reasons for their decision. Evans took office inafter the dismissal of previous City Manager Barbara Kilroy. City Controller Willie Norfleet will take over until a permanent manager can be named.