Instead of agriculture, subscriptions support ”community-supported art”
For now, WonderRoot is headquartered in a charmingly shabby bungalow on a gritty stretch of Memorial Drive. But never mind the urban setting; this ten-year-old community arts organization has taken a cue from farmers. Subscribers to community-supported agriculture (or CSA) programs pay growers a fee at the start of the season in exchange for baskets of locally harvested bounty. Four seasons ago, WonderRoot launched its own CSA—“community-supported art.”
In case you’re also mad that the Stone Mountain native is leaving “Community”
The cast of NBC's "Community" is less than thrilled Donald Glover will only appear in five epidoes of the show's upcoming fifth season. The Stone Mountain-born actor-cum-rapper is off to FX to produce a music-centric series entitled "Atlanta."
And one thing we don’t
Get ready for a Stone Mountain native to weigh in on Atlanta's music scene. Donald Glover will write, produce, and star in a new half-hour comedy series on FX, reports Deadline.
How to reap the bounty of community supported agriculture
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the gawky term for a feel-good undertaking: Members purchase a subscription “share” in a farm, and then at weekly pickup locations they receive boxes—or bags, or baskets—of just-harvested produce and sometimes other staples, including eggs, cheese, or meat.