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Wisconsin community farm programs adapt amid changing market


August 26, 2018

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Tim Huth loads up his truck with vegetables, meat and other food twice a week and drives it to two distribution sites in the Milwaukee area.

There, members of his organic community-supported agriculture farm in the town of Sugar Creek visit the truck to grab groceries.

There's no checkout line. No money exchange. No inventory form to see what everyone has taken.

"You show up," Huth said. "You basically take anything you want."

His fledgling choice program at LotFotL Farm — "living off the fat of the land" — isn't a free food pantry. Customers have to buy a membership...

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