Welcome to the revamped NYC CSA
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)
We are Pugh Farms Poultry, and we run our own poultry CSA. We offer chicken, duck, and turkey. We raise everything here in the Hudson Valley on locally milled grain. Our birds are on pasture as soon as they’re able to tolerate the weather. Birds raised in the spring, summer and fall, spend their entire lives thereafter on pasture. The winter birds are in the barn when there’s snow on the ground or freezing temperatures. We don’t treat our birds or land with any herbicides, pesticides, hormones or antibiotics.
Our poultry products are available for CSA pick-up or purchase at farmers markets in Suffern, Haverstraw, West Point, and Rye Brook. The Suffern and Rye Brook markets are year round, and we attend each market once a month. We do our markets right after processing so we can offer our poultry fresh.
You can reach us at 845-202-3447 or email@example.com our url is www.pughfarmspoultry.com currently, it redirects to a listing of our products, but soon, we will have a site of our own!
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.”
We deliver to all of Manhattan, parts of Brooklyn, S. Westchester and parts of Fairfield County CT, offering a weekly Spring/Summer share ($649) as well as two options for Winter Shares (delivered every 3 wks for $600 or every 6 weeks for $375). Spring/summer shares contain 100% organic veggies with add on options of eggs, fruit and/or honey. Winter shares are unique – they contain organic veggies great for winter delicacies like soups and stews plus eggs, farm-made items like jam or pickles and some treats from Evans Farmhouse Creamery.
Please join us this season and sign up at myfarmshare.com with a credit card or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a mail in form. Don’t hesitate to email Gail with any questions.
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).
If you are interested in joining our CSA and/or are looking for more information, please contact Miles Crettien, Coordinator of Healthy Foods and Wellness, at (212) 744-5022, ext.1213 or email@example.com. You may also visit Paisley Farm’s website http://upstatefarmsny.com/paisleyfarm and sign up for the Lenox Hill CSA online.
Our CSA is available for pick up at the Union Square Greenmarket on Wednesdays, from June 12 to the end of October- a 20 week share. The CSA is a weekly share of certified organic vegetables, with the option to receive free range pastured meats and free range pastured eggs, all from our heritage breed livestock and poultry. Our meats and eggs are offered as a credit system; members can purchase blocks of credits and exchange them for meat and eggs as needed, at about 10% off of our market price.
We seed, raise, and harvest all of our vegetables by hand at our pristine Vermont farm. We carefully wash and pack our vegetables to make sure you receive the freshest produce imaginable! As often as possible, we allow our members to build their own share from the items we have at market; therefore you can choose the vegetables you love most and leave behind that strange vegetable you’ve just never developed an affinity.
Our livestock and poultry all free range on pasture- that means they are not in barns, cages, or on tethers. They are free to run and play, expressing their natural instincts and living full lives. Our animals never receive hormones or antibiotics. One taste and you’ll know the difference.
There is a ton more information on our website: www.tamarackhollowfarm.com. You can sign up using a credit card on our website, or stop by the Greenmarket to ask a question or sign up in person! We look forward to meeting you!
“We are thrilled to invite you to join the 92nd Street Y Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, now in its third year! Organic produce for the 92nd Street Y CSA is grown locally at Stoneledge Farm in the foothills of the Northern Catskills.
All of the vegetables and herbs produced on the farm are Certified Organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC. The CSA will begin June 13, 2011 and run through Nov 14, 2011. Pick up will take place from 4:30-6:30pm. If a holiday falls on a Monday, pick up will be on Tuesday.
Only full shares are available; if you would like to do a half share please coordinate that on your own, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to pair you with another member. When registering please note that you can sign up for organic vegetables for $515 or organic vegetables and fruit for $740. Fruit shares are not available without a vegetable share and are available 20 of the 24 week season.
Additional options are available for coffee, maple syrup, honey, beans, grains, fresh ground flour, eggs, and bread.”
Our CSA provides the community with healthy, local produce at a price cheaper than the grocery store. Our prices are based on income levels so that our produce is affordable for everyone. And we accept food stamps (SNAP benefits). Distribution will occur on Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 1275 Grand Concourse.
Visit our website: http://bronxcsa.wordpress.com/ or contact us at 212-825-0028 ext. 205 or email email@example.com.
“The West Harlem Community Supported Agriculture, which is a mixed income CSA, provides an affordable alternative to standard grocery shopping. We work to provide healthier food choices for West Harlem residents, where options are limited and many budgets are constrained.
Our farm partner is Windflower Farm, a small organic farm in Valley Falls, located in the Taconic hills between Saratoga Springs and the Vermont border. They are members of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) and Certified Naturally Grown (CNG).”
For more information visit http://westharlemcsa.wordpress.com/ or call 212-825-0028 ext. 232
“The East New York Community Supported Agriculture, a mixed-income CSA, provides an affordable alternative to standard grocery shopping. Our member-run program works to make healthy, fresh, organic food accessible to everyone in the community.
Distributions will be held on Wednesdays between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at Isaiah’s Temple of Mt. Hope Spiritual Baptist Church, 862 Glenmore Ave. This is a mixed-income CSA, accepting Food Stamps for payment as well as offering a sliding fee scale.”
“The Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory offers simple, pure and delicious ice cream. Production is done only at our two Brooklyn locations in small batches. The original location, in a landmark fireboat house on the Fulton Ferry Pier, features one of most sweeping views in America, the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan skyline & Statue of Liberty.
When we could not make enough ice cream to meet the demand at our original location, the Greenpoint, Brooklyn factory was opened in 2007. While the quality of our ingredients and the labor involved in this delicate process make our ice cream more costly to make, we still sell it at a very competitive price.”