Leanna McMillan – Staff Naturalist Community Garden Many of you have seen the newly expanded Community Garden taking shape in the area ad- jacent to the Greeter’s Store. Expanding the Oldfield Community Garden was a goal set forth as part of the Audubon International Sustainability Plan under the focus area of Agriculture. With enormous help from the Oldfield Volunteer Corps, support of the OCA, and expertise from Clemson Extension, the members are building planting beds and preparing them for fall plantings. This is a communal garden, meaning that households do not get their own beds. All of the garden work is shared by members as are the harvested vegetables and flowers. Membership is $50 per household per year. If you are interested in joining, please contact Leanna McMillan, Oldfield Naturalist. Community Supported Agriculture Another goal set forth as part of the Audubon International Sustainability Plan is for Oldfield to become a drop-site for at least one Community Supported Agriculture business. Commu- nity Supported Agriculture is a system that connects the producers and consumers within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms. We have decided to partner with Local Farmbag to provide Oldfield residents with fresh local vegetables and other local goods delivered to their doorstep. A few members in Oldfield already receive goods from Local Farmbag and have spoken very highly of their service and their local goods. Local Farmbag has agreed to give all Oldfield residents who sign up for their service a 10% discount! We hope that members will sign up and support local agriculture. There is no better time than now to help support your local farmers and have sustainable goods delivered to your doorstep, contact-free! Please click here to check out the flyer about Local Farmbag and also visit their website at https://www. localfarmbag.com.