Our CSA is full for 2019! Thank you! We are so grateful for the support of our community!
Sign up to hear when we are open for new members next year here.
More info on the CSA:
Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a little special: we let you choose what you want. You invest in the farm in the spring, and spend the credit on delicious, fresh produce all season long!
Dates: June – October
Pick-up: Select your produce in person at one of our markets or pre-order online! Locations include:
- Our farmstand at the farm in Trumansburg, open 24/7
- The East Hill Plaza Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 4-7 pm
- The Sunday Ithaca Farmers Market, Sundays, 10 am – 3 pm
- Cornell campus, Mondays (pre-order only)
- Langmuir Lab, Thursdays (pre-order only)
- Home delivery (Ithaca only – extra fee applies)
Share size options:
- Half share: $200
- Single share: $400
- Family share: $600
Invest $400 or more by May 1st and receive a 5% bonus.
Sign up online, Venmo us, or mail a check to: 4341 Perry City Road, Trumansburg, NY 14886. If you pay by check, make sure to include your email address and/or phone number so we can reach you!
What we grow:
Apples • Arugula • Basil • Beets • Berries • Bok Choi • Broccoli • Brussels sprouts • Cabbage • Cauliflower • Carrot • Celery • Chard • Cilantro • Corn • Cucumbers • Dill • Edamame • Eggplant • Fennel • Flowers • Garlic • Grapes • Herbs • Kale • Leeks • Lettuce • Melons • Onions • Parsley • Parsnips • Peas • Pea shoots • Peppers • Potatoes • Radishes • Romanesco • Salad mix • Spinach • Summer & winter squash • Tomatoes
So what does a share look like?
We have a unique model where you pay before the season starts and then spend the credit each week on whatever you want. So, over an approximately 20-week season (we sometimes start a little early or go further into fall as the weather permits), our $200 half share option averages $10/week to spend, the $400 single share option averages $20/week, and a $600 family share averages $30/week. How you spend the credit is completely flexible – there is no problem with skipping a week or even a month if you travel during the summer, or getting extra some weeks for dinner parties or canning.
For a rough sense of what this pricing means in terms of vegetables:
An example of what $10 could buy one week includes: a bag of salad greens, a bunch of carrots, a pound of cucumbers, and a head of garlic.
$20 could buy: the above items plus a zucchini, a bunch of beets, a pound of onions, and a bag of baby spinach
$30 could buy: all of the above plus a half pint of tomatoes, a bunch of radishes, and a bouquet of flowers.
Of course, availability fluctuates over the season, so those exact items won’t be available every week. If you have trouble deciding, we also offer a “farmer’s choice” option where we surprise you for the week.
We accept EBT! Contact us to arrange to pay for your CSA share with EBT.