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CSA Expansion Makes Local, Organic, Fresh


Produce More Accessible Than Ever Johnson’s Backyard Garden Expands Local Pickup Service


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f you don’t live on a working farm, Community Supported Agriculture – or “CSA” as it’s known – is the next-best way to get fresh, locally grown, organic produce into your urban abode. CSA produce options have grown for local residents in recent years, and a significant service expansion by Austin- based Johnson’s Backyard Garden (JBG) is allowing San Antonio city residents to bring home more fresh, local fruit and veggie options than ever. JBG grows more than 60 different types of veggies and herbs, and each week CSA members receive a “share” box that includes a variety of seasonal, organically grown produce and herbs. JBG recently began offering CSA box pickup on Wednesdays at a number of locations including Juicer Heroes at 15337 San Pedro, Local Coffee at Alamo Heights (5903 Broadway) and Sonterra (700 E. Sonterra), Revolucion Coffee + Juice at 7959 Broadway and Geekdom at 112 East Pecan, 11th floor. What this means is any local resident can order a “share” box of fresh, seasonal produce from JBG and pick it up on Wednesday at any of the above locations. JBG also offers Saturday pickup at Gaucho Gourmet, 935 Isom Rd., and Sunday pickup Ripe Farmers Market, 17103 La Cantera Pkwy.


For more information about JBG and their CSA memberships, visit www.jborganic.com or call 512-386-5273.


Tour Several Community Gardens By


Bicycle During SicloVerde on April 5 Green Spaces Alliance Hosts Two-Wheeled Event


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reen Spaces Alliance is hosting its second annual SicloVerde bicycle tour on April 5. The two-


wheeled tour will visit eight community gardens spread across 14 miles through San Antonio’s city streets.


Participants and their bikes gather at the first garden at 8 a.m. and travel in


groups to each site where they will have the opportunity to talk with gardeners and take part in brief activities before riding to the next stop. Local gardens featured during the event include River Road Community Garden, Landa Community Garden, Olmos Park Terrace Community Garden, Beacon Hill Community Garden, Jefferson Community Garden and Community Gardens of St. Therese.


For more information visit www.greensatx.org.


Explore a Graduate Degree in Integrative Medicine at Austin’s AOMA School,


April 4-6 AOMA Offers Advanced Degrees in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine


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f you’ve ever been


interested in studying integrative


medicine, the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, just up the road in Austin, offers a world- class array of degrees and programs. You can learn more about their master’s-level and doctorate-level programs in acupuncture and Oriental medicine during their “Explore AOMA Weekend” April 4-6 at their Austin campus. To learn more about AOMA’s


master’s program, visit AOMA on April 4 or 5; to learn more about their doctoral program, visit April 6. Participants will be introduced to degree programs and the professional field of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Guests will also experience student life, meet with admissions and financial aid representatives, academic advisers, faculty and clinic staff. AOMA begin in 1993 and draws


students from across the country and faculty from around the globe. Its focus is preparing students for careers as skilled, professional practitioners. AOMA also conducts about 20,000 patient visits each year in its student and professional clinics. The school also collaborates with the Seton Family of hospitals and other traditional healthcare institutions, providing integrative and holistic therapies that are combined with traditional Western medical treatments.


For more information about the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine or about their “Explore AOMA Weekend,” visit www.aoma. edu or call 800-824-9987.


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