Farm Share’s CSA boxes contain the same variety of fresh, delicious organic veggies and provide the same support to Norwich Meadows Farm in Norwich, NY as their traditional CSA share, but they are boxed and delivered to you right at home to make it easier to participate. We communicate with members through email newsletters, sharing recipes and news from the farm with everyone along with the weekly deliveries. 2013 will be our 7th year collaborating with Norwich Meadows Farm and bringing over 400 members delicious lettuces, beans, beets, carrots, tomatoes, fennel, apples, pears, peaches and more from this local family farm. A list of our weekly boxes from 2012 is available on the website at www.myfarmshare.com by clicking on the link for “This Week’s Box.”
The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House CSA is partnering with Paisley Farm for the 2012 Summer Season! Paisley Farm is a 25-acre farm in Tivoli, NY and will be offering Vegetable, Fruit, Egg, Cheese, Wild Forager, and Pasture Raised Pork shares to the community.
Through your participation, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House will be able to provide Vegetable Shares at a very discounted price to our very low-income clients. We will also offer nutrition/cooking workshops to teach members how to cook, store and preserve the delicious vegetables in their CSA shares during distribution hours. Distribution will be on Thursdays from 4-6:30PM at our Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House at 343 East 70th Street (on the Corner of 70th St. and 1st Ave).
“The Red Jacket Orchard Fruit CSA is dedicated to providing New York City residents with high quality fruit that is straight from our orchards in Geneva, New York. Unlike other fruit CSAs that exist in New York City, members of the Red Jacket Orchard Fruit CSA do not have to be members of a vegetable CSA. This is not an additional product that is added onto your vegetable share! You will receive your week’s worth of fruit and juice, while fostering a relationship with your community and your fruit farmers.”
“For 14 years the Sixth Street Community Center CSA has provided its members with the freshest and best tasting produce available from local farms. Since 1996 more than 200 different varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs are provided June to November from our partner farms, Hepworth Farm in Ulster County, New York and Catalpa Ridge Farm in Sussex County, New Jersey.
Beginning in 2002, Sixth Street Community Center CSA has offered its members fruits and vegetables in the winter and spring months from late November to mid-May through Winter Sun Farms and other distributors.
Our CSA also offers wild Alaskan coho, sockeye and king salmon, cod, halibut and rockfish as well as olive oil, wines, honey, vinegars, and other specialty items. And this last season we … Read the rest
“We provide a direct link between the production and consumption of wholesome food while celebrating a mutually respectful and beneficial partnership between the farmer and consumer.
We care about what we eat and we truly care about what we make for you and your family to enjoy. We carefully select and prepare organically grown produce for you to serve in the comfort of your own home.
Sweet Deliverance NYC provides its clients with freedom of choice as well as the luxury of catering and delivery. Each meal is as sweet and delicious as if it came from the farmer’s own table.”
“The Neighborhood School Community Supported Agriculture, TNS CSA, is a partnership between families living or working in and around the East Village/Lower East Side area and the Angel Family Farm in Goshen, NY. The Angel Family provides members of our CSA with fresh, organically grown vegetables each Tuesday.
The 2010 season will run between June 15th and October 26th with distribution taking place at The Neighborhood School, 121 E. 3rd Street, between 3pm and 6pm. As shareholders, we in turn support our local agriculture while enjoying freshly picked produce every week.”
“Enlightenment wines is probably the smallest legal winery in NY State- a cult “nano” natural winery operating out a family farmstead in the Hudson Valley.
Using a low tech, gravity fed method and a radically different buisness model, Enlightenment wines produces cutting edge and absolutely original unfiltered meads and dry sparkling fruit wines in runs of under 100 cases at a time.
Focusing on direct sales with its very own wine only CSA (Community Supported Alcohol ) Enlightenment Wines is actively attempting to redefine the modern winery as a ultra local person to person experience.”
“Upstate Farms is a grower and distributor of specialty produce based in Tivoli, NY — the heart of the Hudson Valley.
We work only with small family farms to deliver the highest quality vegetables, fruits, cheese, dairy, and meats. When you source from us, you are supporting local farmers, preserving valuable farmland, and promoting regional agriculture. Read more about the products we offer.
Paisley Farm is our 25-acre farm in Tivoli, NY owned and operated by Michael Kokas and Jan Greer. We have been growing organic specialty vegetables for 15 years, and we farm with the help of our two children, Julian and Augusta. We plant with the chef in mind. We love to cook ourselves, and we love to share what we grow. We’ve been … Read the rest
The Tribeca neighborhood and surrounding communities have an exciting opportunity to join the Downtown CSA in partnership with Katchkie Farm, an organic farm located in Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY.
Full- and half-shares of vegetables are available. Half shares are picked up every other week, whereas full shares are picked up every week.
Members may choose to add on a fruit share from Samascott Orchards in Columbia County (note: orchards are low-spray, but not organic).
“Winner of the EPA’s 2010 Environmental Quality Award, GrowNYC is a hands-on non-profit which improves New York City’s quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.
For 40 years, GrowNYC (formerly Council on the Environment of NYC) has been rolling up its sleeves alongside NYC residents to:
* Provide access to healthy, fresh, local food for all New Yorkers
* Grow and maintain vibrant green spaces and community gardens.
* Help New Yorkers recycle more and reduce waste.
* Create the next generation of environmental leaders through hands-on education programs.”
“Hot Bread Kitchen is more than a bakery. It’s a non-profit 501c3 social enterprise that enhances the future for immigrant women and preserves baking traditions. For your munching pleasure, we offer fresh breads baked with traditional recipes from around the world. We make it a priority to use local and organic ingredients.
Hot Bread Kitchen also honors the culinary traditions of peoples from all over the world. Preservation of diverse techniques and ingredients is crucial in the face of corporate globalization that tends to homogenize diversity. (Did you know, for example, that Maseca, a processed corn flour is now used widely in both tortillas in Central American and West African starches like kenkey? Its too bad, but no one is grinding corn anymore.)”
“Astor Wines & Spirits has always embraced our Village heritage of unconventional thinking and independent behavior. We have always honed our selections to what was best, rather than what was most popular; we never used other people’s wine ratings, but rather have always relied on our fearless wine buyers, who taste thousands upon thousands of wines each year and make selections based on their palates. And of course, we have always been emboldened by clients who share our passion for discovery and autonomy.”