Category Archives: NYCCSA

New York City Community Supported Agriculture

Heart and Hands Wine Company

Heart & Hands Wine Company
4162 State Route 90 N
Union Springs, NY 13160
(315) 889-8500

Heart & Hands Wine Company is located in a serene setting overlooking the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. We are committed to producing cool-climate wines which authentically express the unique character of the Finger Lakes. Our production is quite small – currently under 800 cases, which allows for an intense focus on quality. Our intent is to produce food-friendly wines, and we offer several wines crafted from Pinot Noir and Riesling grapes for your enjoyment.… Read the rest

77th Street Greenmarket

77th Street Greenmarket

Columbus Avenue between 77th and 79th Streets

Schedule: Sundays, Year-round, 8am – 4pm

From CENYC:

This market recently moved out of a school yard onto beautiful, tree-lined Columbus Avenue, which has enabled us to dramatically expand our offerings, keep the market open longer and welcome more people. The neighborhood is thrilled to now have an even bigger market where they can do all their weekly shopping. Thanks to our new location, new producers this year include Grazin Angus Acres grass-fed meats, Milk Thistle organic milk, Seatuck Fish, Valley Shepherd, and Knoll Krest. Regulars Emmerich, Pet-Al flowers and Trumansburg Tree transform the market into a bountiful garden every week. Treelicious and Terhune orchards provide apples, cider and farm baked goods all year round … Read the rest

Marian S. Heiskell Garden

Marian S. Heiskell Garden

315 West 48th Street, 8th & 9th Ave
Founded 5/1/1997

From CENYC:

This garden behind the new Salvation Army headquarters originally reached from 47th to 48th street. The rebuilt garden now faces 48th street. Children from the Mid-Town West School garden in pie shaped cobblestone lined raised beds. The front area is their ‘forest’ of Ailanthus trees. A flagstone pathway rings the rear of the garden and leads to a tool shed. Ornamental shrubs and butterfly attracting plants hide the low wrought iron fence. The science teachers make ample use of this outdoor classroom.

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Ricks Picks

rickspicksnyc.com

Founder and CEO Rick Field grew up making traditional pickles with his family in Vermont, and after a career in TV production decided to make his passion for pickling into a business. His pickles are distinguished by their exceptional quality, with an unusual array of varieties and flavor profiles. Rick’s Picks, with offices on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, makes fourteen varieties of shelf-stable pickles. The pickles are hand-packed and all natural, made in season with produce from local farmers. They bring innovation to a category that hasn’t seen much change in a long time.… Read the rest

What We Are

NYC CSA is a resource for

  • Producers (fishermen; fruit, vegetable, and livestock farmers; brewers and vintners; and producers of craft foods using locally-sourced ingredients)
  • Wholesale Purchasers (restaurant owners and distributors)
  • Individual Consumers (people looking for fresh, local produce, meat, fish, and other locally-sourced foods)
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