CSA Applications for the 2018 Season are now available! We have a limited number of shares available, so contact us ASAP if you are interested in signing up for 2018!
To request a CSA application, write to us at email@example.com, let us know which CSA location you are interested in. Please include your hometown and how you heard about our CSA (or who referred you), as well as if you have shopped with us before.
Please note, membership is confirmed by a welcome confirmation email from us, which you should receive within a week of mailing us your application.
2018 CSA locations & details:
- Manhattan – West 97th Street between Amsterdam & Columbus Avenues, NYC Friday mornings from May – November 16 (Thanksgiving)
We have 3 share sizes for our Manhattan CSA (declining Balance format):
Small Share — cost is $400 / Medium Share — cost is $500 / Large Share — cost is $600
- Orange County – FARM pickup in Goshen NY — (12 Indiana Road – near the Goshen/Pine Island border, just around the corner from the Quaker Creek Store)
Provides a weekly assortment of seasonal vegetables and herbs with some choices, suitable quantity for a family of 2-6 people.
Tuesdays from 4:30 – 6pm / May 29 – October 30 2018 (23 weeks)
$600 / per share ($575 if you sign up by March 20th, the first day of Spring)
This works out to just $26 per week (or $25 per week if you sign up by March 20th)
We do not offer half shares, but 2 families can split a share (please contact us for details if you are interested in doing this).
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a program where the customers (CSA members) pay the farmer at the beginning of the year for a season’s worth of farm fresh vegetables. The CSA is a special program for many reasons. For the farmer it provides income up front when it’s needed most (when we are buying our seed and other necessities for the year). This is especially important for a small family farm like ours! But it is so much more than that, the CSA provides a wonderful community where the ”customer” and farmer work together to make the farm “happen”. We plan to offer additional events for our CSA members, like farm tours, picnics and more (let us know what you want to do and we will try to accommodate!).
Why choose our CSA? In addition to a wonderful selection of the finest and freshest vegetables around, you get us. Your farmers, Jeff and Adina, are what set this CSA (and farm) apart from others. You always pick up your share from Jeff &/or Adina, the farmers themselves and you get their personal attention and caring. As the saying goes; “know your farmer, know your food”. We believe that idea should go both ways, and it is equally important for the farmer to know the people who eat their food. We work hard to design our CSA program with our members in mind, to provide a CSA that fits their busy lives and high standards for quality and value.
For our on farm (Indiana Road, Goshen NY) CSA members pick up their share at the farm each Tuesday afternoon from 4:30 – 6 pm (May 29 – Oct 30). Seasonal selections of vegetables and herbs, 9-14 items per week. Some opportunity for choices at each pick-up. Suitable for a family of 2-6 people, depending on eating habits. While we do not offer half shares, 2 families may split a share, please contact us for details. Contact us with any questions or to request an application.
For our Manhattan (West 97th Street) CSA we offer a “declining balance” type of CSA program. The way that it works is as follows: Members sign up for the CSA between January and March for the coming year, then receive a CSA share account (sort of like a debit account) to use at our stand for any products that they want throughout the season (May through the end of November). We are able to offer the declining balance format at our Manhattan location because pick-ups take place at our farmers market stand. CSA members may shop every week or just some weeks, and may choose whatever items you like. Decide how much you plan to get with your share size (small, medium or large share). This CSA works best for people who attend our market regularly, and spend an average of $15 – $25 per week on vegetables.