Wait list for Summer 2019 Farm Share

Registration for the 2019 season is now closed.

You can still add your name to our wait list for shares of vegetables, fruits, eggs and flowers from Windflower Farm’s 2019 harvest

About the share:
Pick ups happen:
Every Thursday from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM
June 6th through November 7th, 2019
(No pick up week of July 4th)

at:
Hebron SDA Church
1256 Dean Street
(On the corner of New York Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11216

Here’s a description of the share from the farm:

Members of the CSA will get 22 weekly deliveries of fresh, organically grown herbs, greens and seasonal vegetables of all kinds from our farm in the upper Hudson Valley. You’ll get bicolor sweet corn, heirloom and red beefsteak tomatoes, colorful peppers, salad greens of every kind, cucumbers, carrots, red and yellow onions, broccoli, cabbage, potatoes, fresh green beans and much, much more. 
 
We received wonderful feedback from last year’s end-of-season survey, and we plan to implement many of the suggestions we received. If all goes well, we’ll send more shallots in place of so many yellow onions and more beets and carrots in place of so many potatoes. We’ll broaden or herb lineup to include more dill, cilantro, Rosemary and ginger. We’ll increase the bunch sizes of greens like kale and Swiss chard and we’ll send more spinach. We’ll increase our green zucchini planting and we’ll send more of those delectable ‘Delicata’ squashes in the fall. With a veteran staff returning to the farm, and a new well, we hope that this 20th growing season will be our best ever.     
 
At Windflower Farm, we also offer optional shares of our own organically grown fresh-cut flowers, brown eggs from a neighbor’s pastured hens, and fresh fruits from our farm and throughout the Hudson Valley. 
 
We hope you’ll join us.

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.

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