Tying the drop off box into the already running 'coastal organics' business would be wiser than a bunch of people driving around to deliver their own boxes, no? It would probably boost coastal organics sales a bit if they could offer something local in each box, I know that kale is actually a decent cash crop all winter plus its one of the best foods we have here. Plus, the date and time of box packing is the same every week so people would know where and when with little difficulty. Robin Wheeler <robin54@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Hi, all - I am just working on logistics and issues for this spring's Microfarm Forum (Feb 24) and am looking at last year's "problems" to see how we have progressed. Our major issue seems to be pushing capacity up in small lot gardens to the point where there is enough to sell "off farm". Next, we have two farmers markets on a single day, and nothing throughout the rest of the week. At the very least, it would be interesting to return to an idea where public could order stuff from farmers, farmers could drop off boxes at designated private addresses along the highway where they could be picked up. The Abbott were also working on something where locals could drop excess off with them, and they would sell it. Any point is tossing any of this around? Robin --------------------------------- Yahoo! Canada Toolbar : Search from anywhere on the web and bookmark your favourite sites. Download it now!