Balance Autism announced today that it will suspend its community supported agriculture program this year. “Social distancing and quarantine will not allow for our individuals to work together in the greenhouse in preparation for our planting season,” the nonprofit’s CEO, Steve Muller, said in an email. “One of the temporary accommodations we’ve needed to make is canceling our Day Program workforce that helps with preparing, seeding, planting, harvesting, and boxing of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) produce. Because the timing and resolution of COVID-19 remains uncertain, we have regretfully made the decision to suspend CSA baskets for 2020. We hope to bring them back next year and will reevaluate in the future.” People who have already preordered will receive full refunds, Muller said. The organization remains hopeful it will be able to hold its annual plant sale in May.