Hudson Valley CSA Guide: 2017
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs create a symbiotic relationship between farmers and community members. Members pay for their shares before the season starts, allowing the farmers the resources to start growing. Joining a local CSA is one way consumers can be certain about where, how and who is growing the food they’re eating, while simultaneously helping to strengthen the region’s agricultural economy by dealing directly with a local producer
Hawthorne Valley Farm
327 Rt 21C, Ghent
Demeter-certified biodynamic farm offering seasonal vegetable and fruit shares. Pick up: Friday at farm in Ghent; Thursday at city locations (Riverdale, Inwood, Garden City). Vegetable share: $550-$600 depending on pick up location. June-November.
The Farm at Miller’s Crossing
81 Roxbury Rd, Hudson
Vegetable and beef shares with maple products also available. Members can pick up their shares at the farm every Tuesday, in Long Island City on Wednesdays or in Brooklyn on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Hawk Dance Farm
362 Rodman Rd, Hillsdale
Assortment of heirloom vegetables, greens, ginger, turmeric and root vegetables that are grown using organic practices. A half share (1-2 adults) is $300. A full share (3-4 adults) is $600. Share pick up is from 9am to 1pm at the Copake Hillsdale Farmers’ Market (9140 Rt 22, Hillsdale). May-October.
67 Pinewood Rd, Hudson
Small and large vegetable shares available, delivered to member sites from June through October: Saturdays in Copake, Brooklyn, and White Plains; Wednesdays in Hudson; Thursdays in Croton. All produce is grown without pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers. Prices vary upon location. See website for details.
Little Seed Gardens
PO Box 195, Chatham
Certified organic vegetables and herbs. Full share is $500; half share is $300 (pick up every other week). Pick up: Tuesdays (4-6:30pm) in Chatham or Thursdays (4-6pm) in Rhinebeck. June-October.
Red Oak Farm
1921 US Rt 9, Stuyvesant
Seasonal selection of certified organic vegetables, berries, fruit, herbs, dried herbs and teas. Members have the option to select the items in their share each week. May-November. $495 for 25 weeks. Pick up: Tuesdays at the Albany Public Library on Delaware Ave; Saturdays at the farm in Stuyvesant, at the Hudson Farmers’ market (corner of 6th and Columbia) and at the Kinderhook Farmers’ Market (Kinderhook Village Green).
2501 Rt 9H, Kinderhook
Vegetable shares from June through November. Price averages $640 for a share. Fruit and meat shares can also be added. Pick up locations throughout the Capital District, Westchester County, New York City and Columbia County. Monthly winter shares (December-February) also available.
Tiny Hearts Farm County
Rt 7A, Copake
A large arranged bouquet of cut flowers, vase ready. Depending on the bounty, single bunches and extras are included. 18 weeks in the summer season: $320.
Common Ground Farm
79 Farmstead Ln, Wappingers Falls
Non-profit educational farm project. Ecologically grown without chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. Herbs, vegetables and flowers. U-Pick shares are $175. See website for updated information.
9 Fishkill Farm Rd, Hopewell Junction
Seasonal fruit, vegetables and pick-your-own produce. Regular and small shares are available. Pick up is every Saturday at the farm store in Fishkill and at the Old Stone House in Park Slope (Brooklyn). June-November. Winter shares are also available from December through March.
Great Song Farm
475 Milan Hill Rd, Red Hook
Offers fresh, seasonal produce such as lettuce, squash, carrots, cucumbers, melons, onions, greens and fruit. Regular weekly, bi-weekly and larger shares are available. Share distribution: Tuesdays and Saturdays at the farm. SNAP benefits are accepted, and further financial assistance is available if needed.
Hearty Roots Community Farm
1830 Rt 9, Germantown
Salad greens, cooking greens, root vegetables, seasonal vegetables and herbs. Weekly shares cost $600; bi-weekly shares cost $325. Pick up: Woodstock, Kingston, Red Hook or at the farm in Clermont. Eggs and meat available at an additional cost. June-November. The farm’s pick-your-own garden is also open to members on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
689 Schultzville Rd, Clinton Corners
Fruit and vegetable shares available, $500 per share. Farm-raised lamb and/or pork also available in addition to the share ($750). Pick-up is every Friday evening at the farm. June-September.
185 W Kerley Corners Rd, Tivoli
All-natural, antibiotic-free meat and poultry shares. Multiple share sizes available. Contact for prices and share details. Cash or check only.
81 New Hamburg Rd, Wappingers Falls
USDA certified organic produce and herbs. A full share is $675, and a half share is $375 if you sign up by March 31. Pick-up at the farm on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Meat and eggs can be added to each share. Boxed delivery shares are also available. Members have access to the pick-your-own fields. June-October.
Rt 9, Tivoli
A variety of squash, beets, carrots, potatoes and other organic vegetables. $240 for a full share; $130 for a half share. Pick-up at the farm and also in Brooklyn. Egg shares in addition to vegetable shares are also available. October-November.
Poughkeepsie Farm Project
Vassar College Farm, Poughkeepsie
A non-profit farm project offering weekly seasonal vegetables, berries and flowers. Large shares range from $690 to $834; small shares range from $380 to $452. Work-trade shares available for lower prices. Fruit and winter shares available. Pick-up: Tuesdays and Saturdays at the farm. June-November.
Pri Haemek Bounty of the Valley CSA
Local farm providing sustainably grown produce. Full share is $500; small share is $300. Membership fee is $36. Distributions on Thursdays at Temple Beth-El in Poughkeepsie. June-October.
Sisters Hill Farm
127 Sisters Hill Rd, Stanfordville
Weekly and bi-weekly shares available. Pick-up Tuesdays (4-6pm) and Saturdays (8-11am) at the farm. Weekly sliding scale: $675–$775. Bi-weekly sliding scale: $360-$410.
Sol Flower Farm Store
41 Kaye Rd, Millerton
Certified naturally grown fresh produce and cut flowers; other local products including meat, dairy, cheese and fresh bread. New farm store open May through November. CSA Store Card Memberships available.
Solid Ground Farm
205 Hidden Valley Rd, Kingston
Flexible-choice vegetable shares. Members use a point system to customize their share each week by selecting from a wide array of available produce that evolves with the season. Egg, fruit and mushrooms are also available. Pick-up on the farm in Kingston/Stone Ridge (Tuesdays) or at Saugerties/Catskill distribution point (Wednesdays). June-November.
81 Echo Valley Rd, Red Hook
Sustainable farm offering vegetable, egg and flower shares from June through October. Regular share is $475; large share is $585. Pick-up: Tuesday and Friday at Starling Yards in Red Hook. Thanksgiving packages available. Add-on options: meat, mushrooms, dairy and other local produce.
145 Garcia Ln, Leeds
USDA certified organic vegetable shares available. Optional fruit, mushroom and coffee shares can be added. June-November. View website for various pick up locations.
75 Celery Ave, New Hampton
Summer and winter vegetable shares are available from June 2017 through January 2018. Several pricing and pick up options including at the farm.
Blooming Hill Farm
1251 Rt 208, Blooming Grove
Fruit, vegetable, herbs, flowers and plants included in a share. Sign up anytime during the year and receive credit towards share items plus an extra 10 percent. Farm open year-round. Purchase $250 half share for $275 of credit or $500 full share for $550 of credit. Credit is used to choose your own produce on Saturdays (10am-2pm) at the farm.
Gray Family Farm
261 Otterkill Rd, New Windsor
Members receive a weekly basket with a combination of meats (chicken, beef, pork), vegetables, eggs and specialty items. $1,275 for 15 weeks.
Peace and Carrots Farm
168 Johnson Rd, Chester
A variety of seasonal vegetables such as potatoes, lettuce, squash, tomatoes, kohlrabi, fennel and more. $650 for the Veggie Lover’s share (four adult omnivores); $390 for the Party of Two Share (two adult omnivores). Farm pick up: Mondays from 2-7pm. West Point delivery Mondays at 3pm. June-October.
Royal Acres Farm & CSA
621 Scotchtown Collabar Rd, Middletown
Vegetable shares. A half share is $270, and a full share is $440. June-October. Pick-up: Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:30-6:30pm at the farm. Also available for pick up at Crystal Run Healthcare (155 Crystal Run Rd, Middletown) on Thursdays from 3:30 to 5:30pm. Find the farm on Facebook for more details.
362 Glynwood Rd, Cold Spring
Each share contains a diverse selection of seasonal vegetables, which usually feeds a family of four or two vegetarian adults. Pick up on the farm, Tuesdays or Fridays from 3-6pm. One drop off location at the Garrison Café in Garrison on Tuesdays from 4-6pm. A full share is $720, and a half share (bi-weekly) is $375. May 30-November 6.
69 South Mountain Pass, Garrison
Full share $650; half share $325. Community shares $1,250. Pick-up at farm on Tuesdays or Fridays. June-September.
400 Starr Ridge Rd, Brewster
Full share $450; half share $300. A bi-weekly share is $225. Pick-up on farm. June-October.
Cropsey Community Farm
220 S Little Tor Rd, New City
General vegetable shares are $750. Pre-packaged vegetable shares available for $790 with pick up at Hungry Hollow Co-op, Nyack Farmers’ Market or the Valley Cottage Library. Cut-your-own flower shares are $100, and cut-your-own herb shares are $100. Work shares are also available.
283 Springtown Rd, New Paltz
Certified naturally grown heirloom vegetables, baby greens, herbs and pasture-raised eggs. Market-style CSA June-November, including local fruit. Find the farm on Facebook for more details.
Phillies Bridge Farm Project
45 Phillies Bridge Rd, New Paltz
Organically grown vegetables, herbs and flowers. Big share: $675, 3-4 people; small share: $450, 1-2 people. Members receive free admission to the farm’s seasonal festivities, discounts on several education programs and more. See website for other share options and prices. June-November.
Rondout Valley Organics
331 Dowe Rd, Ellenville
An online marketplace managed by Rusty Plough Farm. Offering produce, berries, eggs, meats, cheeses, honey, maple syrup and more from local producers. $50 annual membership fee plus $100 initial account deposit. Add more funds as you need, choose your items from the weekly list. Year-round. Pick-ups throughout the Rondout Valley.
Second Wind CSA at Four Winds Farm
158 Marabac Rd, Gardiner
Certified organic and no-till. Full shares: $550. Also offers local fruit when available and an optional local egg share. Pick-up locations at the farm in Gardiner and at the drop-off location in Garrison. June-October.
187 Plains Rd, New Paltz
Full share: $1,000; half share: $550. Three-season, long-term full share: $2,700. 3-season, long-term half shares are also available.
730 Lattintown Rd, Milton
Full share $400; half share $220. June-October. Find the farm on Facebook for more details.
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Rd, North Salem
Each share includes a variety of vegetables grown using organic practices. Milk shares from Ronnybrook Farm are also available. Pick-up: Thursdays at the farm store from 8:00am-6:00pm. Partial and full season shares available. Prices range from $325-$810.
Hemlock Hill Farm
500 Croton Ave Cortlandt Manor
Biodynamic organic vegetables, pasture raised beef, poultry and eggs (antibiotic and hormone free).
Shares, starting at $630, are offered from June to September 18 weeks. Pick-up every Thursday 2-6pm at the farm.
Indiana Rd, Goshen
CSA members choose from a wide selection of mixed vegetables each week. Prices range from $400-$600 for a share. Pick-up: Friday mornings at W 97th St in Manhattan and Saturday Mornings in Pleasantville. May-November.
Pound Ridge Organics
22 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge
Organic and local produce, meat, eggs and artisanal products. Members are emailed a weekly harvest/inventory list from which they can choose exactly what they want. Orders are assembled each week for pick up or delivery at the end of each week. Find the farm on Facebook for more details.