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2016 Community Supported Agriculture Farm Index 

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

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

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
Oldfordfarm.com

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
Philliesbridge.org

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
Secondwindcsa.com

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
Taliaferrofarms.com

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
Trapanifarms.com

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
Localharvest.org

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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