What is CSA?

 

Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is a relationship of mutual support and commitment between farmers and members - it implies a willingness to share both the bounty from the land and at least some of the risks involved

with production.

 

In return for an annual membership fee to cover the production costs of the farm, CSA members receive a weekly share of the highest quality certified organically-grown harvest during the local growing season. When members obtain food from local farmers, they are directly supporting small, family farms in their

community as well as receiving the freshest available produce.

 

CSA Pick Up

 

Every week club members select $14 worth

of family-grown vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants for your garden, plus 10% off store-wide.

 

First Veggie pick-up week beginning in May.

 

Last Veggie pick-up week ending late November.

 

 

CSA Delivery

 

Huntington, L.I.

Hellgate, Queens

Cobblehill, Brooklyn

 

Every week we deliver certified organic, home-grown produce beginning in early June and ending in mid December.

 

See locations at right.

Locations

 

Water Mill

 

The Green Thumb

829 Montauk Highway

Phone: 631-726-1900

greenthumborganicfarm@gmail.com

 

Huntington

 

Contact: Suzanne Zoubeck

Phone Number: 631-421-4864

P.O. Box 1009, Huntington, NY 11743

 

http://huntingtoncsa.blogspot.com

 

CSA Pick-Up Thursday at:

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

109 Browns Road, Huntington, NY

Website

 

Hellgate, Queens

 

Fax: 206-666-3082

P.O. Box 5823,

Astoria, NY 11105

 

CSA Pick-Up Tuesday at:

Fresh Start Market

29-13 23rd Avenue, Astoria

Website

 

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

 

Contact: Martha

Martha@cobblehillcsa.org

 

CSA Pick-Up Tuesday (4-8pm) at:

Kane Street Synagogue

236 Kane Street

New York NY 10013-0866

Website

The Green Thumb

 

Halsey Family's Organic Farm