Danita Ross, left, picked up her CSA share from Evan Janes, right, at the Elmwood Stock Farm stand at The Lexington Farmers Market. UK and Community Ventures have partnered in a pilot project, called Bluegrass Harvest, in which employers offer a perk: a $200 voucher for employees to use for a share in a CSA. Ross is a vice president of human resources with Hospice of the Bluegrass, one of the employers participating in the pilot project.
Danita Ross, left, picked up her CSA share from Evan Janes, right, at the Elmwood Stock Farm stand at The Lexington Farmers Market. UK and Community Ventures have partnered in a pilot project, called Bluegrass Harvest, in which employers offer a perk: a $200 voucher for employees to use for a share in a CSA. Ross is a vice president of human resources with Hospice of the Bluegrass, one of the employers participating in the pilot project. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Danita Ross, left, picked up her CSA share from Evan Janes, right, at the Elmwood Stock Farm stand at The Lexington Farmers Market. UK and Community Ventures have partnered in a pilot project, called Bluegrass Harvest, in which employers offer a perk: a $200 voucher for employees to use for a share in a CSA. Ross is a vice president of human resources with Hospice of the Bluegrass, one of the employers participating in the pilot project. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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