Micro-Economy learns about one of the most important aspects of sustaining a farm: the economic trade of vegetation and other items created at the farm. They are responsible with C.S.A., which stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Every week Micro-Economy runs a Farm Stand at the main campus which is a fantastic and simple way to buy organic and local produce. At the farm stand, Micro-Economy sells fruits and vegetables from L.E.F., such as: carrots, strawberries, apples, kale, chard, broccoli, squash, and chili peppers. Micro-Economy also sells tomato preserves, strawberry jam, canvas bags, and plants.