Today’s monopolistic food corporations mass-produce our food with chemical fertilizers and pesticides in dead soil. Fortunately, a growing number of consumers are flocking to organic foods to preserve their own health and that of the biosphere. Additionally, a blooming, local food movement has taken off with eaters and growers, young and old, providing clean, nutritious, fresh produce for their families and communities. Citizens are developing mutually supportive food partnerships, through Community Supported Agriculture, or CSAs, by investing in their local farmers. Along with Farmers Markets, CSAs may be one of the bestways to meet and buy food from local producers, boosting the local economy at the same time.