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2016 Community Supported Agriculture Farm Index 

Last Updated: 05/01/2016 9:55 am

This list was compiled with the help of Glynwood Farm.

Columbia County

Common Hands Farm CSA
225 Carpenter Road, Ghent
(518) 303-6082

Organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs grown using biodynamic and permaculture methods. A new form of CSA allows members to choose any seven items they want from many diverse offerings. On-site farm stand and organizers of a midweek market in Hudson where one can pick up one’s share and shop for other food from other local vendors. Also delivers to Brooklyn, Chatham, Hillsdale, Philmont, and Queens.

The Farm at Miller’s Crossing
81 Roxbury Road, Hudson
(518) 851-2331

We grow certified organic vegetables, plants, and flowers as well as raise a small beef herd. The farm has 30 acres of vegetables within a 60-acre rotation, as well as 75 acres of pasture for our cows. Our greenhouse provides room to grow the farm’s transplants and bedding plants for sale. Family-sized and single shares available. Shares available in the Hudson Valley and the metropolitan area.

Field Apothecary & Herb Farm
245 Main Street Germantown
(917) 548-6625

We offer a four seasons wellness box—one distribution per season, available annually or you can subscribe seasonally. One of our goals is to help others transform their medicine chest like they’ve done with their food pantry—making ingredients more recognizable with locally grown plants. Each season we prepare approximately 10 remedies to get you through this season. Our CSA will also include an e-book with tips and suggestions for incorporating herbs into daily living.

Four Legs Farm
(845) 616-9221

Using non-GMO grain, Four Legs Farm offers pasture-raised lamb, pork, and beef shares.

Good Fight Herb Company
(646) 361-4619

Community Supported Herbalism. Four-Season Care Package program. By becoming a member of this program, we provide you with herbal self-care support for each season with remedies we organically grow, gather, and hand make in small batches. Each season you'll receive a bountiful package that contains five medicinal products, one self-care surprise, and one informational booklet. The medicinal products address each season's most needed physical and emotional supports. The self-care surprise is a magical twist to taking care, focusing on ritual and intention setting. You'll learn more specifically about the plants included in the formulas, where they come from, and how and why to take them.

Hawk Dance Farm
362 Rodman Road, Hillsdale
(518) 325-1430

Hawk Dance Farm offers half shares, feeding one to two people, and full shares, feeding three to four people. Work shares are also available—in exchange for weekly work at the farm, a bag of produce will be provided.

Hawthorne Valley Farm
327 County Route 21C, Ghent
(518) 672-7500

Provides organic and biodynamic produce to Columbia County, Garden City, Inwood, and Riverdale. Over 40 varieties of vegetables are grown on the farm. Fruit shares from local farms are also available. The CSA includes weekly delivery of produce for approximately 21 weeks.

Hearty Roots Community Farm
1830 Route 9, Germantown
(518) 537-3276

Seasonal produce and pasture raised eggs. CSA pick-up in Clermont, Red Hook, Woodstock, and Kingston. Website includes a list of produce varieties. Includes pasture-raised, non-GMO eggs.

Herondale Farm
90 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancramdale
(518) 329-3769

Organic grass-fed and pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork, and chicken. Monthly shares of 10, 15, and 20 pounds available. Includes a wide variety of meats, from lamb chops to brisket to chicken wings.

Ironwood Farm
103 County Route 9, Ghent
(316) 253-1511

Offers a CSA of USDA organic vegetables starting in June and ending in October. Pick-up at the farm or in Hudson.

Katchkie Farm
34 Fischer Road, Kinderhook
(518) 758-2166

Katchkie Farm is a 60-acre certified organic farm by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY. The farm offers a 23-week organic vegetable share from June to November. Weekly shares on average contain 6 to 11 different seasonal vegetables and herbs from over 30 different vegetables grown.

Letterbox Farm Collective
4161 US 9, Hudson
(203) 217-7246

Each weekly share provides three to six vegetables, greens, onions, herbs, spices, a dozen eggs, and one additional item—grains, fruit, cheese, or mushrooms. Pork and rabbit are also available based on a points system (75 points per share). Pick up your share on the farm or at the Chappaqua Farmers’ Market in Westchester.

Lineage Farm
1630 County Route 7A, Copake
(518) 755-3391

Vegetable CSA. Choose a weekly array of vegetables to make up your share. Large, medium, and small sizes available. Pickups in Brooklyn, Poughkeepsie, White Plains, Croton, Copake, and in Hudson. Also offering egg, meat, fruit, and flower shares through collaborations with other local farms.

Little Seed Gardens
#541 White Mills Road, Chatham
(518) 392-0063

More than 50 types of vegetables and herbs. Certified organic by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY. Offers a vegetable share from June to October. Pick-ups at the farm in Chatham and in Rhinebeck.

Markristo Farm
Route 23, Hillsdale
(518) 325-4261

Markristo Farm is a certified organic, family-owned market garden, producing vegetables, cut flowers, and bedding plants. Each share provides enough vegetables for four people, including seven to twelve different fresh, organic vegetables and herbs—such as arugula, swiss chard, carrots, and cilantro—that change with the growing season. The shares also include a weekly newsletter with recipes, cooking tips, and farm news and events. CSA pick-up at the farm.

New Leaf Farm
15 Crystal Springs Drive, Lebanon Springs
(518) 794-0084

At distribution, members fill up their share bag with their own choices from that day’s harvest. Shares are available in full or small sizes. Members may also pick their own herbs, flowers, and vegetables, including snap peas, green beans, cherry tomatoes, husk cherries, tomatillos, edamame, and more.

Red Oak Farm
1921 Route 9, Stuyvesant
(518) 799-2052

NOFA-NY Certified Organic. CSA runs from mid-May to mid-November with over 40 types of seasonal produce, including vegetables, fruits, herbal teas, and culinary herbs. Additional pasture-raised egg share and winter CSA shares available.

Roxbury Farm
2501 Route 9H, Kinderhook
(518) 758-8558

Weekly shares include 7 to 12 different varieties of seasonal vegetables, including greens, radishes, tomatoes, green beans, and root vegetables, from June to November. Full, split, meat, and fruit shares available. Pick-up sites in the Capital Region, Westchester, Harlem, Manhattan, and Columbia County.

Sparrowbush Farm
2409 Route 9H, Hudson
(518) 537-4401

We grow 25 vegetable varieties for our winter farm share and little bits of delicious things for summer markets too. We work to build healthy soil that can grow healthy crops. We rely on crop rotation, cover cropping, green manures, and soil amendments to correct deficiencies and build long-term fertility. We don’t use any chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Selling produce at the Hudson Farmers’ Market and the Delmar Farmers’ Market.

Threshold Farm
16 Summit Street, Philmont
(518) 672-5509

Biodynamically grown tree fruit—peaches, pears, apples—available from mid August until December or later, depending on the season. We have 15 varieties of apples, including Cox’s Orange Pippin, Macoun, and Fuji. We also grow a whole range of vegetables. Pick up at the farm house (call in advance) or call/email for other pick up locations.

Trusted Roots Farm
402 County Route 34, East Chatham
(518) 794-0236

At Trusted Roots Farm, members pick up their produce at the farm, varying from lettuce, squash, and zucchini to beets, potatoes, radishes, and more depending on the season. A portion of the share is U-pick—members will harvest these crops for themselves directly from the field.

Dutchess County

Common Ground Farm
75 Farmstead Lane, Wappingers Falls
(845) 231-4424

The U-Pick CSA will run for 12 weeks this summer from late June to early September. Over the course of the summer, you and your family will experience first-hand how many vegetables are grown and harvested on our farm. Our U-Pick offerings in the past have included sugar snap peas, cherry tomatoes, scallions, lettuce, peppers, beans, and more.

Diana Mae Flowers: Specialty Cut Flower Farm & Design
(703) 501-8600

Seven and14-week summer flower shares June—September. A bouquet a week! Lovely, fresh-cut flowers to fill your home with color and fragrance. Each week brings a new original mixed bouquet to experience the variation of naturally-grown flowers throughout the season. Custom designs upon request. CSA members may select Friday afternoon pickup at Reservoir & Wood on Main Street in Beacon or the "Petal to Pedal" share delivered to home or business by bike.

Fishkill Farms
9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell Junction
(845) 897-4377

As a family-owned third-generation farm, our 25-week CSA program consists of a variety of organically grown vegetables and herbs. We are also one of the only CSAs which includes organically grown apples and berries, in addition to ecologically grown fruits. NOFA Farmer's Pledge certified. Large and small shares include a pick-your-own component. Cheese, egg, and milk shares also available.

Full Circus Farm
27 Mils Path, Pine Plains
(518) 789-0025

Full Circus Farm offers a vegetable CSA from June to November with pick-ups right here at the farm on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings. Expect what's ripe and ready to eat each week! Full shares are $600 and half shares are $375.

Great Song Farm
475 Milan Hill Road, Red Hook
(845) 758-1572

June-November. Biodynamic/organic growing practices, draft-horse powered. Two shares sizes, both including all-you-can-eat greens (lettuce, kale, chard, mustards, etc). Weekly on-farm pick-ups Tuesday & Saturday. Pick-your-own peas, cherry tomatoes, beans, flowers, and herbs included. Financial assistance available. A variety of other organic, local farm products also available at our farm store: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, apples, bread, yogurt, soft and hard cheeses, honey, chicken and duck eggs, maple syrup, fermented vegetables/sauerkrauts, teas, salves, and herbs. Our cows, chickens, horses and bees welcome visitors during pickup. Spring, fall, and winter shares also available, including greens.

Greig Farm
223 Pitcher Lane, Red Hook
(845) 758-1234

In addition to offering Fresh Fruit Memberships, Greig Farm provides CSAs in the metropolitan New York area with the opportunity to participate in weekly distributions of Greig Farm produce. Generally running from May to October, members of these CSAs will receive weekly deliveries of fresh fruit (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples and pumpkins) plus asparagus, shell and sugar snap peas all grown at Greig Farm, and a selection of stone fruits (apricots, cherries, plums, nectarines and peaches) grown by our neighbors.

Growing Heart Farm
25 Jeans Drive, Pawling
(845) 536-7030

We follow organic, biodynamic, permaculture, and ecological growing principles and practices. Full and half vegetable shares including herbs, salad greens, summer squash, cucumbers, onions, eggplant, peppers, turnips, and more. CSA shares are delivered to different locations throughout Rockland County, Paramus, White Plains, and Pawling.

Healthy Harvest CSA at Johnson's Farm
180 Carpenter Road, Hopewell Junction
(845) 226-8877

Herbs and produce grown using all-natural, pesticide-free practices. With sheep grazing, chickens clucking, and the manicured yards and fields looking trim and green, it is obvious that there is a lot of farm activity back at 180 Carpenter Road.

Maitri Farm
143 Amenia Union Road, Amenia
(845) 789-1522

Vegetable CSA and egg CSA. The vegetables are USDA certified organic, including turnips, lettuce, Swiss chard, kale, and much more depending on the season. The eggs are from free-ranging hends who are fed locally grown non-GMO grains. Pick-up locations in Amenia and at Kaia Yoga in Westport and Greenwich, Connecticut.

Meadowland Farm
689 Schultzville Road, Clinton Corners
(845) 554-6142

Meadowland Farm uses recognized organic practices. Vegetable and fruit shares available, as well as lamb and pork shares. Share pick-up will be at the farm on Fridays between 5 and 8pm beginning June 10 through September 30.

Northwind Farms
185 West Kerley Corners Road, Tivoli
(845) 757-5591

A solar-powered farm, containing all-natural chicken, smoked meats, beef, pork, turkey, duck, and other types of poultry.

Obercreek Farm
59 Marlorville Road, Hughsonville
(845) 632-3888

Offering Certified Organic CSA shares for 22 weeks running from June to October, with half and full shares available. Weekly shares provide 8 to 10 produce for a total of 5 to 20 pounds. Over 200 varieties of chemical free vegetables and herbs. Pick-up sites available in Wappingers, Beacon, and Chappaqua.

Olde Forge Farm
(917) 579-5402

May 15 through October 16. Fresh seasonal produce and an option to add eggs, chicken, and trout. Shares are distributed at the Olde Forge Farm Store. Full shares available, as well as half-season and every-other-week shares.

Paisley Farm (Upstate Farms)
Route 9, Tivoli
(845) 756-3803

Offering berries, plums, melons, pears, nectarines, apples, cage-free eggs, and vegetables. Paisley Farm is a 25-acre farm in Tivoli, growing fresh, organic specialty vegetables and fruits. The farm offers an autumn and winter CSA, starting September 30 through December 9. Pick-up sites are in Tivoli and New York City. A forager share is also available, including three pounds of foraged items, such as ramps, fiddlehead ferns, and nettles. Pork shares are available.

Poughkeepsie Farm Project
51 Vassar Farm Lane, Poughkeepsie
(845) 516-1100

Poughkeepsie Farm Project exists to ensure that our local community, our region, and our nation has secure access to good food now and in the future. We work toward this vision by using community-based strategies to produce food, create and support venues for food distribution, and provide hands-on educational experiences about food and farming for children, youth, and adults. Seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

Pri HaEmek Bounty of the Valley CSA
110 South Grand Avenue, Poughkeepsie
(845) 454-3747

A weekly share of seasonal vegetables grown by Lineage Farm using sustainable and organic methods. Small and large size shares available. Some of the vegetables you can expect are: lettuce, arugula, salad turnips, kale, swiss chard, broccoli rabe, garlic and garlic scapes, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, summer and winter squash, carrots, cucumbers, spinach, herbs, green beans, beets, endive, and radishes.

Primrose Hill School
23 Spring Brook Park, Rhinebeck
(845) 876-1226

Shares are available in 10-, eight-, and five-item bunches, with weekly pick up from June 2 to November 3 at 6571 Springbrook Avenue, across from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Examples of items are a bunch of carrots, a large butternut squash, a quart of pickling cucumbers, two pounds of onions, a bunch of parsley, a half pound bag of salad, with each counting as a single item. Share Your Share program also enables purchase of shares to donate to families in need.

Rock Steady Farm & Flowers
41 Kaye Road, Millerton
(917) 864-6198

Offering a variety of full, half, summer, and work shares of vegetables and flowers. Pick-up sites are at Herondale Farm in Ancramdale, Hammertown in Pine Plains, and the farm in Millerton. Egg and coffee shares are available on the farm.

Sawkill Farm
7782 Albany Post Road, Red Hook
(845) 514-4562

Pastured meat shares are available June through October, with pick-up at our store. We offer 10- and 15-pound options that include grass-fed and pastured beef, lamb, and pork. We also sell farm soap, lamb pelts, and wool products.

Shoving Leopard Farm
845 River Road, Barrytown
(845) 594-4292

Flower CSA shares run late-June through the hard frost in October or November. The options include pick-your-own flowers from the labyrinth Sunday-Tuesday on the farm, or pre-picked bouquets on Tuesdays and Fridays picked up at Starling Yards CSA in Red Hook. Business shares are also available.

Sisters Hill Farm
127 Sisters Hill Road, Stanfordville
(845) 868-7048

Sisters Hill Farm since 1999. We care about health, freshness, and taste. Our average member has been with us for more than 6 years—75 of our members have been with us for more than a decade. Our veggies are that good! Weekly and biweekly shares available—get them before they are gone!

Starling Yards
81 Echo Valley Road, Red Hook
(646) 831-8311

Twenty-two weeks of organically grown vegetables and pasture-raised, non-GMO eggs plus meats, mushrooms, cheeses and flowers offered by partnering farms. Two vegetable share sizes with swap box options. Tuesday and Friday on-farm pick-ups include access to member PYO plot. Convenient to Red Hook, Rhinebeck, Milan and Tivoli.

Greene County

Black Walnut Farm
1043 Stonebridge Road, Cornwallville
(518) 239-6206

Features organically produced vegetables, corn, maple products, honey, and pumpkins, as well as U-Pick flowers and berries.

Fox Tail Community Farm
506 County Route 75, Greenville

Vegetable, fruit, egg, and chicken share options. Winter and summer CSA offerings. Pick-up sites in Greenville, Albany, Delmar, and Loudonville. Duck eggs, flowers, preserves, honey, and holiday turkeys also available.

Otter Hook Farms
223 McCafferty Road, Greenville
(518) 239-6049

Offers pastured, grass-fed meat shares, including chicken, ground beef, steaks, stew cuts, kabobs, and more. Smoked meats such as bacon and ham steaks are also available. Distributions at the Honest Weight Food Co-Op in Albany and at the farm.

Roots and Wings CSA @ Rexcroft Farm
389 Leeds-Athens Road, Athens

Shares offering vegetables and herbs such as lettuce, kale, tat tsoi, bok choi, leeks, spinach, peaas, beets, basil, mint, and more. Half and full shares available, as well as fruit add-on options. Pick-up is at the South Presbyterian Church parking lot in Dobbs Ferry.

Rexcroft Farm
389 Leeds-Athens Road, Athens
(518) 821-8709

Offers a 20-week CSA from June to October. 20 week shares available. June through October. Produce available includes greens, vegetables, roots, and herbs. Add on fruit share available. 2016 will offer many options, including lettuce, kale, arugula, tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, mint, cilantro, garlic, and more.

Solid Ground Farm
2463 Old Kings Road, Catskill

Solid Ground Farm is a new family farm operation located at Pathfinder Farm, halfway between Catskill and Saugerties. CSA members receive a hearty share of organically grown vegetables—ranging from heirloom tomatoes to sweet corn to cooking greens and everything in between— throughout the season, which runs from the beginning of June into November. Eggs, pastured chicken, and grass-fed beef are also available for purchase.

Stoneledge Farm
359 Ross Ruland Road, South Cairo
(518) 622-3003

Vegetable, fruit, coffee, and mushroom shares available. Stoneledge Farm has partnered with over 20 CSA locations throughout the Hudson Valley, NYC, and Connecticut.

Orange County

Beet of My Heart
8 Greycourt Avenue, Chester
(845) 541-6766

Members are able to select a combination of produce, herbs and flowers for their share. Full and half shares are available. (Full share: $600 for $650 worth of produce; half share: $300 for $325 worth.)

Bialas Farms
75 Celery Avenue, New Hampton
(845) 374-6941

Family farm in Orange County's Black Dirt Region, operating since 1939. Summer (June-Oct) and Winter (Oct-Jan) CSA programs plus "Free Choice" declining balance shares. Members receive The FarmGirl Cooks' weekly e-newsletter. Distributions at the farm in the Town of Goshen, Goshen Farmers’ Market, and Ringwood, NJ Farmers’ Market.

Blooming Hill Farm
1251 Route 208, Blooming Grove
(845) 782-7310

Half and full shares available, including fruit, vegetables, herbs, plants, and flowers. We allow signup any time during the year. You can start with either a full or half share at any time, and upon signup you are given an extra 10% credit on your account.

Fresh Meadow Farm
407 Ingrassia Road, Middletown
(845) 800-8135

USDA certified organic by NOFA-NY. A wide range of vegetables and herbs. Fresh baked pies, quiches, and loaves. Homemade pickles and salads.

Gray Family Farm
261 Otterkill Road, New Windsor
(845) 534-0365

Our weekly summer farm stand and seasonal CSA offers local, organic and foraged produce, organic eggs, and all natural, free-range meat.

Harmony Farm
144 Broadlea Road, Goshen
(347) 538-7759

We adhere to the principles and practices of both organic and biodynamic farming. Late May through November. Members can expect to receive eight to 12 items each week in the spring while things are getting started, then 12 to 14 items (and usually more) per week through the remainder of the season. Small shares consist of six or seven items in the early spring and then 10 to 12 items through the rest of the season.

Hesperides Organica
5 Owl Lane, Warwick
(845) 216-1282

Grows a variety of vegetables and herbs grown in the fertile black dirt region for CSA members only. Pickup locations include Hawthorne, New Milford, Franklin Lakes, Ramsey, Ringwood, Union City, NJ and Pelham, NY. Will deliver to new location for a minimum of 10. We have four acres of pick-your-own crops for CSA members.

J&A Farm
Indiana Road, Goshen
(845) 981-7351

Jeff and Adina grow over 250 varieties of Certified Naturally Grown vegetables on their farm in Goshen NY's famous black dirt region. Available for sale at farmers markets and CSA program and direct to chefs/restaurants. Three share sizes at two locations. 2016 shares now available. See website for more info.

Midsummer Farm
156 East Ridge Road, Warwick
(845) 986-9699

Certified Organic vegetable and total taste of the farm share. Add on herb, mushroom, flower, and egg shares also available.

Peace and Carrots Farm
153 Johnson Road, Chester
(845) 913-6187

Peace and Carrots Farm is offering 60 shares for the 2016 season. Party of Two Share is $390 and Veggie Lovers' Share is $650 for the 22-week season, starting in June. Pickups are at the farm in Chester on Mondays, where farm events and classes are held as well. We are not certified organic but have taken the NOFA Farmers' Pledge. We are also opening a daily self-serve farm stand on the farm that will be open from June through November, 9am until dusk.

Pine Hill Farm
3298 Route 94, Chester
(802) 999-2069

Half shares for $200 ($220 worth of produce), full for $400 ($440 worth of produce). Notifications of available produce according to season are sent via email. Includes many different tomato varieties (including heirloom tomatoes!), cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkins, squash, zucchini, and their notorious sweet corn. Organic crops include raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, fresh green mixes, Swiss chard, beans, peas, garlic, leeks, and onions. Pick-your-own available.

Royal Acres Farm
621 Scotchtown Collabar Road, Middletown
(845) 692-6719

Fresh, local, nutritious and healthy produce from our farm all season long. The price for a 20-week season is $270 for a half share and $540 for a full share.

Stonegate Farm
4 Stonegate Drive, Balmville

Cultivating extraordinary organic vegetables, fruit, honey, eggs, and flowers. Featuring sugar snap peas, arugula, and rhubarb in the spring; kale, lettuce, and grapes in the summer; berries, Swiss chard, and tomatoes in the fall—and much more. 16-week shares. First-come, first-served basis for our 50-member CSA.

Sun Sprout Farm
168 Meadow Avenue, Chester

Fresh produce from New York’s famous Black Dirt region. Summer, winter, and holiday CSA shares. Pick-up locations in Stamford/New Canaan, Connecticut; Chester; Hastings-on-Hudson; Bronxville; Irvington.

W. Rogowski Farm
341 Glenwood Road, Pine Island
(845) 258-4574

Weekly shares offered from mid-June to mid-November. Certified naturally grown vegetables, including salad and cooking greens, root vegetables, herbs, onion crops, and short season crops. Locations in New York City, Warwick, Middletown, and Pine Island. The farm also hosts dining, catering, and various events.

Putnam County

The Farm at Holmes
60 Denton Lake Road, Holmes
(845) 548-6117

We use organic soil amendments, organic seeds (when possible), and organic plant treatments. We include sustainable and local, as well as organic, methods in our farming approach. Our produce is grown naturally without the use of chemicals and pesticides. April through October. One weekly share averages between 10 and 15 pounds of produce. Each week you should receive between six and 12 different types of vegetables and fresh herbs. When growing conditions allow we may be able to include some fruit (like rhubarb, cantaloupe, or watermelon). Come to the farm to pick up your share.

362 Glynwood Road, Cold Spring
(845) 265-3338

40+ varieties of certified naturally grown vegetables. Farm store features Glynwood's pasture-raised meat and eggs, as well as prepared foods from Glynwood's own kitchen and fruits, cheeses, and more from around the Hudson Valley.

Longhaul Farm
69 South Mountain Pass, Garrison
(845) 424-6277

Longhaul Farm practices organic, sustainable agriculture. CSA includes a variety of seasonal vegetables. Pick-ups are on the farm. 30-member CSA. Naturally grown, pasture-raised meat and eggs are also available.

Ryder Farm
400 Starr Ridge Road, Brewster
(845) 279-4161

NOFA-NY, LLC. Certified organic. Fresh produce including vegetables, herbs, and fresh-cut flowers. Wholesale, retail, and custom orders. June-October. 2015 harvest schedule includes arugula, beans, bok choy, okra, peas, peppers, scallions, dill, thyme, and much more.

Ulster County

Big Little Farm
205 Hidden Valley Road, Kingston

Big Little Farm uses only organic growing practices. Large and small shares available, as well as flower shares. CSA members come to the farm and take home their choice of produce once a week, starting in July and ending in October. Members also have access to U-Pick crops every week.

Clove Valley CSA
81 Clove Valley Road, High Falls
(570) 762-2872

Offering a weekly share of vegetables, flowers, and herbs enough to feed a family. June to mid-November, pick up any time Friday 4pm through Sunday 4pm. Available: shares in exchange for work, please inquire!

Evolutionary Organics CSA Farm
283 Springtown Road, New Paltz
(845) 417-1543

Since 2003, Kira Kinney has used Evolutionary Organics to make Certified Naturally Grown produce. She farms a little over 20 acres of many heirloom vegetables, baby greens, herbs and pasture raised eggs. Pick-ups are 4-8pm Wednesdays.

The Farm Bridge Shares (Winter Sun Farms)
195 Huguenot Street, New Paltz

The Farm Bridge purchases produce from over 20 different farms in New York. We work with a variety of farms, some of which are certified organic or small farms that grow without the use of any chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Each month’s share typically includes six frozen items and one fresh item. Most of our items work well as additions to common winter meals, such as soups, chilis, stews, or as stand-alone vegetable side dishes.

Grass and Grit
New Paltz
(845) 393-1443

Egg shares beginning in July continuing until Thanksgiving. Meat and egg share will launch this winter. Pick-ups in Wappingers Falls, Beacon, and Newburgh.

Healthway Farm

Our CSA includes both fruits and vegetables grown on the farm using a mix of low-spray, IPM, herbicide-free, and greenhouse-growing methods. 20 weeks. June through October.

Hepworth Farms
506 South Road, Milton
(845) 795-2007

Certified organic, using a whole-farm-alive-system approach dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices growing hundreds of varieties of vegetables for wholesale. We sell to the public on Saturdays at the Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market in Milton.

Huguenot Street Farm
205 Huguenot Street, New Paltz
(845) 419-2164

Seventy-seven acre farm grows 125 types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables. June through late October. Offers full and half vegetable and fruit shares.

Long Season Farm
68 Maple Lane, Kerhonkson
(845) 377-0558

Winter CSA shares including seasonal vegetables with as little additional fossil fuel energy as possbiel: roots, squashes, onions, field greens, and more. Distribution at the farm and at the Kingston Winter Market.

Old Ford Farm
1359 Old Ford Road, New Paltz
(845) 220-7819

24 weeks of fresh vegetables picked up at the farm. The cost of the share is determined by the size of the members' household, and at each distribution members can take any quantity and combination of the vegetables that were harvested that week. Last year we had an average of 17 different items at each distribution. There is also a farm store where other farm products are sold, including raw milk, eggs, chicken, and pork.Phillies Bridge Farm Project
45 Phillies Bridge Road
(845) 256-9108

We grow over 150 varieties of vegetables, produced using organic growing methods. You will have an occasional choice among two or three items. We’ll provide recipe suggestions in our weekly newsletter to help you cook with unusual ingredients and to give you new ideas for serving old favorites. In addition, shareholders have unlimited access to our expanded pick-your-own herb garden.

Second Wind CSA at the Four Winds Farm
158 Marabac Road, Gardiner
(724) 986-9219

Weekly full shares of NOFA-NY/USDA certified organic produce grown using long-standing no-till method. Optional egg shares from Old Ford Farm and flexible fruit shares during season. Pick up on-farm in Gardiner or at the Hudson Highlands Land Trust office in Garrison. June to the last week of October, plus a Thanksgiving share.

Taliaferro Farms
187 Plains Road, New Paltz
(845) 256-1592

Late May through early November. Offers 20 to 30 produce items set as units, including vegetables, fruits, and flowers.

Trapani Farm
Lattintown Road, Milton
(845) 797-6917

June through October. Offering a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Each shareholder will receive 20 weeks worth of vouchers after their payment is received in full. They will then be able to choose from our vast selection of seasonal fruit and vegetables at our home farm stand, or at one of our many farmers markets we visit throughout the week.

Litchfield County, CT

B & C Christ Farms & Greenhouse
2255 Petersmith Road, Kent
(585) 733-8104

Fruit and vegetable CSA grown on a family-run farm. Mini, regular, and double shares available. We use two large greenhouses where we grow all our vegetable plants that are planted on the farm as well as a full line of vegetable and bedding plants perennials herbs and hanging baskets. We raise grass-fed beef on our farm. We use sustainable growing methods.

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  • The Dig on Millerton's Main Street is Both Restaurant and Creative Community Hub

    The Dig on Millerton's Main Street sells pantry staples, smoothies, sweet and savory crepes on weekends, and has a daily changing breakfast and lunch menu. The Dig has become a hub for the work of local artists as well as a community gathering place, hosting food-themed events featuring traditional dishes made by locals, live music, and artist pop-ups.
    • Jun 18, 2021
  • Bus Stop Grill: Garrison's Mobile Restaurant and Family Business Innovation
  • Bus Stop Grill: Garrison's Mobile Restaurant and Family Business Innovation

    Driving down Route 9 outside Garrison, it’s hard to miss the Bus Stop Grill—a large bright red bus-turned-restaurant parked on the side of the road. The mobile restaurant is the brainchild of local business owner Ernest Knippenberg, whose bus company Hudson Valley Charter Service has been in the family for more than 50 years. Bus Stop Grill offers both breakfast and lunch, served from 7 to 11am and 11am to 3pm respectively. The menus feature American classics––breakfast sandwiches, rolls, bagels, pastries, and muffins in the morning, with corned beef and pastrami sandwiches as the mainstay of the afternoon offerings.
    • Jun 18, 2021
  • Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Space Upgrade
  • Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Space Upgrade

    Hudson’s premier cheese and provisions shop Talbott & Arding is expanding into a sprawling new space on Allen Street next month. Clocking in at 8,000 square feet, the new storefront will be a continuation of T&A’s current concept as a hub for local provisions makers. With plenty of room to stretch their wings, the new location will have expanded offerings of cheese, charcuterie, pastries, and fresh pasta, plus a re-crafted food menu.
    • Jun 14, 2021
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