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The new CSA website contains a wealth of information regarding all aspects of our favorite summer getaway. Interested in what the Ecology Committee is working on? Then check out the Ecology Committee page! Curious about the Gibson series schedule? Head over to the calendar page. Did you know that Frankfort resident Jay Burt writes for the CSA website? Check out his page for his latest article and some beautiful pictures of Northern Michigan.
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With such a large site it may seem a bit overwhelming to navigate which is why we've included a "Quick Links" menu along the right side of this page. This menu will give you instant access to the most recent articles pertaining to your interests.
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The Forest Care Committee has hired a Forestry Consultant, Mike Jones, to assist surveying and assessing commonly owned portions of ...
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I saw very few monarch caterpillars this Summer. I’m sure the drought in the mid west had an effect and the availability of milkweed is down due to spraying. I did find one chrysalis that I was able to photograph shortly after she emerged. Shot 0 is about a minute old and shot 1 is […]
The Arts and Crafts Fair is tomorrow, and the large group of volunteers are setting up tables and taking lots of cottage treasures out of the kitchen and into the community room for the CSA members-only sale tonight. Then, tomorrow morning, the general public will get a chance to buy all of the stuff that […]
The trustees gathered prior to Thanksgiving for the final meeting of the year, and were joined by the other Board members, a good representation of Committee Chairs and many CSA members. We reviewed the summer of 2011 which saw the refurbishing of the Woods and Michigan Courts, the initiation of a multi-year program to restore […]
Funding Requests for 2014 Season The Women’s Association, under the leadership of the Finance Committee and approval of its Board, will consider funding requests proposed by Association members, the CSA Board of Trustees and/or Committees, and other members of the CSA community at large. Funding Criteria: — Enhances the education and training needs of women and […]