Peak Moment TV interviews a baker in Olympia, Washington who has started a business using the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) format. A former school teacher gets the idea to sell baked goods, starts small and over a three year period builds a self-supporting business based on subscriptions, wholesale and farmer’s market sales. It’s a one person operation and like any food producing business appears to be hard, relentless work. But, like they say, “If it was easy, everyone would be doing it.” In looking for ways to create jobs and business on the island the community supported model is an obvious choice. (The video is 27 minutes long).