It’s a Movement that Values and Cares for Our Earth and Our Community.

(This post was originally written in Spanish by Reyna as a reflection for the first CSA newsletter of the New Year, however, we found Reyna’s profound reflection something we wanted to share for all our community of supporters (those far and near). We are grateful for the diligent translation to more »

Greetings from your Farm Educator, Erynn!

Greetings Join the Farm! CSA and Abundant Table community!  I’ve missed my regular connection with you all as I’ve moved out of CSA coordinator position and into full time farm education.  But, I’ve loved witnessing Jeannette and Raquel blossom into their roles coordinating our CSA and growing our CSA community.  more »

Abundant Table Farm Project – Paid Farming and Food Justice Internships for 2013-2014 Program Year

The Abundant Table Farm Project  The Abundant Table Farm Project (ATFP) is a one to two year Episcopal Service Corps (ESC) internship for young adults[1]  interested in farming/gardening, living in community with others, vocational discernment, spiritual reflection and engaging in community justice building. The Abundant Table Farm Project is a more »

“ ‘An Actual Earth of Value’ or, Food that Matters”

A guest essay by Samuel Thomas, Cal Lutheran professor of Religion and our Board Chair (for more info. http://www.callutheran.edu/schools/cas/faculty_profile.php?minor_id=32&profile_id=219) In the words of a good friend and colleague of mine, my last Bible and Interpretation editorial constituted a good old-fashioned “Isaianic smack-down” of self-aggrandizing, dishonest hypocrites (“Knowledge and Wisdom in more »