The CSA (community supported agriculture) program at Full Circle Farm (www.fullcirclefarm.org) has completely changed my diet. Each week a "small" box containing about a dozen types of produce is delivered to a drop spot in my neighborhood. It is usually more than my mostly vegetarian household of 2 can finish in a week. All of the produce is organic, and most of it is local. Full Circle buys produce from other organic farms to fill the number of items, so you never get a box of only beets. A weekly newsletter tells you which items are from FCF, grown in WA, or out-of state. It also gives recipes and updates on what's happening on the farm. One unique thing about this CSA is the online service that allows you to edit your box contents each week or make permanent exemptions of items you don't like. A new feature allows you to buy extra goodies like organic honey, artisan bread or shade grown coffee to be delivered with your box. The farm has several parties and tours throughout the year, so you can meet your farmer and really see where the food comes from. But unlike many CSA programs, you do not have to work on the farm. It's not cheap, but it's comparable to buying organic at the store, and so much more satisfying.