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2016 Community Supported Agriculture Farm Index 

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

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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
Sunsproutfarm.com

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
Rogowskifarm.com

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
Thefarmatholmes.org

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.

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

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-ing.blogspot.com

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
Ryderfarmorganic.com

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
Biglittlefarm.com

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
Clovevalleycsa.org

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
Facebook.com/EvolutionaryOrganics

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
Thefarmbridgeshares.com

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
Grassgritfarm.com

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
Highland
(845)764-1161
Localharvest.org

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
Hepworthfarms.com

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
Huguenotfarm.com

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

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