LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Wouldn’t it be great if you could get fresh, in-season produce from your local farm every single week? And you don’t even have to step into a busy grocery store? And sometimes you even get to try new fruits and vegetables you’ve never had before? Well, yes, you can actually do this.

It’s called a CSA — which stands for Community Supported Agriculture — and that’s what WFXR News’ Amanda Kenney is digging into in this edition of All the Dirt!

Kenney stopped by Lynchburg Grows to check out its CSA Program.

Lynchburg Grows is a seven-acre urban farm dedicated to providing access to fresh and local produce for Lynchburg residents, restaurants, and organizations, while also providing purposeful jobs for individuals with disabilities.

To find a CSA program near you, check out the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s directory list or Local Harvest’s website.