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The art of the CSA newsletter

publication date: Jan 1, 2004
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The clock on the computer says 10 p.m., and you are staring at your computer with no idea of what you’ll put in the newsletter this week. You work on the “what’s in the box this week” section—an easy place to start, although the list looks too short and you have a nagging feeling that you’ve forgotten something basic. Oh yeah—lettuce. You go back to the “farm letter” section and decide to write about the joys and frustrations of growing heirloom tomatoes. Finally, at 11 p.m. you turn the computer off. You work hard on this newsletter every week but wonder how many members actually read it. Is it really worth it?

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