East Shore’s P-Patch is teaming up with Farmigo, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs), to bring fresh food straight from the growers to you. Farmigo sources 95% of their food from farmers and artisans located within 250 miles of Seattle. They try to choose producers who use whole ingredients and conscientious growing method, so the fish is wild, meat is pasture-raised, and eggs and dairy are free of hormones and antibiotics. As often as possible, food is Certified Organic or organically grown, and everything is non-GMO. A representative from Farmigo will be at ESUC to do a presentation and answer any questions on Sunday, April 10 at 11:30 am, and Tuesday, April 12 at 7:00 pm, so plan to attend. You can go online to www.farmigo.com to check out all the goodies. First orders will be due by Sunday, April 17, and will be picked up on April 20. You can order as many or as few times as you want. Plus, 10% of all sales picked up at East Shore will be donated to our P-Patch so we can also continue to grow great fresh food.