What is a CSA? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is becoming a new way to distribute foods
directly from the farms that raise them to the consumers in a community. CSA groups are formed
by people in conjunction with a farm or series of farms that deliver freshly grown products, generally vegetables and
fruits, on a weekly or monthly basis to a certain location. The members of the CSA come the
location to pick up their “share” or their specific order for the foods that are offered by the
contracted farms. It is like a Co-op without a storefront. These groups meet in
church vestibules, parks, community centers, community gardens, and members’ homes; wherever
it is convenient and roomy enough to accommodate the number of members and the produce and
other foods to distribute them easily.
We have developed a service over the years to deliver to a number of CSA groups in and around the New York City boroughs.
We deliver year round on a monthly schedule. Each member of the CSA can order specific items packaged for them from our wide
range of products offered by a network of our neighboring farms. We partner with a number of other farms in upstate New York
and Vermont to offer a wide array of products fresh from the farms. You can use the links to see these
farms and their products. Our CSA members place their orders on this website for our scheduled deliveries. We love working
with the wonderful CSA folks who appreciate great fresh natural foods handmade by our partners; CSA members know that food
without chemicals and unnatural substances are the best!