It's a annual occurrence. Some time in April or May, the ground thaws and my wife plants her modest garden in our backyard. Tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers are usually on the menu. With snow covering the ground 7-9 months out of the year, those veggies offer the best shot and she's the best growing them. However, come August, we can only handle so many salads and salsa dishes. Meanwhile, my neighbor is an expert potato and zucchini grower. And, I'm sure the neighbor next to them may be an expert bean and strawberry grower. Our excessive amount of tomatoes could be an even trade for my neighbors excessive potatoes in the fall. Consider it an equal ownership CSA amongst friends. And if you could extend that audience across the country, build an online network and payment gateway for the exchange of funds, fresh produce could be shared by all.