CBCSA WEEK #19 (A): Winter Share Details

Hi Everyone,

We’re happy to announce that registration for the CBCSA Winter Season is now open!

The Winter Season works a little differently than the normal CSA season with pick ups only once a month from a different location at 1251 Dean Street (across the street from Hebron SD Church). Unfortunately, the Winter Share is not tiered by household income and doesn’t except EBT/SNAP payments or payment plans. Lastly, there is no volunteer commitment.

Pick up dates are scheduled for the following Saturdays, from 4.30pm – 6.30pm: Nov 19, Dec 17, Jan 21 & Feb 11 (per usual, unclaimed shares will be donated to Hebron SD Church’s food pantry, so make sure you can pick up your shares if you sign up)

Here’s what you get: Four monthly deliveries that will include approximately 2 lb. of Windflower Farm’s organically grown greens (including spinach, kale, tatsoi and Swiss chard) and 8-10 lb. of our storage vegetables (including carrots, red and yellow onions, winter squash, a variety of potatoes, beets, leeks, sweet potatoes, rutabagas and more), along with 4-6 lb. of fruits, and either apple cider or our homemade jam from our own or locally grown fruit – all packed to fit in a returnable one-bushel box – for $178.00.

An optional egg share from Windflower Farm neighbors raising free-range hens is also available, as is their new maple share.

Deliveries are timed to coincide with the deliveries made by Lewis-Waite Farm.

Again, here is the link again to register:

Hope some of you can join!


Your CBCSA Core Group

Author: Central Brooklyn CSA

The Central Brooklyn CSA (CBCSA) is dedicated to working with our partners the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Windflower Farm, and the Hebron French Speaking SDA Church to continue the work of building a Community Supported Agriculture model that increases access to fresh, local produce for all members of our communities, regardless of income level. Join us as we continue to bring fresh, organic, affordable and nutritious vegetables and fruit to the Bed-Stuy, Crown Heights, and surrounding communities.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: