As many shoppers rush to stores, filling their carts to the brim with packaged products and name-brand groceries, others are turning to local agriculture to fill their pantries and refrigerators.
Community-supported agriculture (CSA) has become increasingly popular as a means of obtaining food during the outbreak of COVID-19. Backyard chicken farmers are being inundated with orders for eggs. Local farm stands are seeing lines of cars.
Read more about the work of Kitsap Conservation District and others during these changing times by following the link below.
Source: Kitsap Sun | Kitsap agriculture, backyard gardening seeing a surge during coronavirus pandemic