This seems to be exactly what Downtown Crozet does not need:
Asked to share five percent of the proceeds, Wilson decided instead to move the food pick-up point to nearby Old Trail Village whichâ€” while it may not be able to offer giant shade treesâ€” wonâ€™t charge the Community-Supported Agriculture entity a fee.
Downtown Crozet needs to encourage more community activities in the Downtown area rather than encourage them to look elsewhere. Surely there’s more to this?
More at the Old Trail Village blog:
Beginning this Saturday, June 13th, Horse and Buggy Produce will offer farm-stand produce to subscribers and area residents from 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. every Saturday at the Old Trail Village Center. Horse and Buggy Produce, a provider of local produce and other farm goods, has long offered subscription-based shares to Albemarle residents. They are expanding their operation to include farm stand options, allowing all area residents and visitors to purchase fresh items from Mennonite farms in the Valley of Virginia from pick-up locations such as this.