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Organically Grown Local Farm Share Vegetables and Fruits

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    Join our community shared agriculture program (CSA) to get a weekly share of certified organic vegetables and fruits straight from the Hudson Valley! In our CSA, you will be getting a diverse array of the most delicious and freshest vegetables and fruits that are seasonally available on our farm. To sign up for the CSA, please click below to add a box of vegetables and fruits to your cart and chose a pick up location.  We will follow up with you as to the first delivery of your box of organically grown vegetables (We aren't shipping vegetables farm shares at this time.)

    This is how it works~

    1. The CSA starts the week of June 16th, 2024 and runs through October 27, 2024 inshAllah. This is a total of 20 weeks.

    2. Early bird discount! If you sign up before March 31, the cost is $600 for the season (which breaks down to $30 per week). If you sign up between March 31 and April 30, then the price will be $625. And if you sign up between April 30th and June 1st, then the price will be $650.

    4. Each box will contain 10-15 varieties of organically grown vegetables and fruits inshaAllah. For early to late spring, we will have radish, turnips, onions, leeks, garlic, carrots, parsnips, beets, radicchio, lettuce, romaine lettuce, kohlrabi, Bok choi, kale, Swiss chard, tatsoi, mizuna, mustard, spinach, arugula, herbs (basil, marjoram, parsley, thyme, cilantro, chives), celery, dandelion, purslane, potatoes, sunflower, artichoke, strawberry, raspberry and more. For the early summer through early fall, we will have beans, peas, cabbage, napa cabbage, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, fennel, corn, okra, squash, pole beans, fava beans, lima beans, cucumbers, melons, sweet pepper, eggplant, greenhouse tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, eggplant, heirloom tomatoes, and hot pepper, and for mid fall, we will have all kinds of winter squash such as butternut, acorn, sunshine, winter sweet and red kuri and more. This is an estimated timeline and if the plants continue to give more, isA we will be sure to include more. 

     

     

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In addition to farming in Rock Tavern, we are honored to also farm the Black Dirt of Chester, New York. Chester is part of the Black Dirt Region, which has one of the world's most fertile soil.  This extremely fertile soil was formed 12,000 years ago from an ancient glacier lake that once occupied the area. The lake eventually drained but the land was repeatedly flooded thereby adding to the soil profile. The decaying layers in the soil, over thousands of years, created soil rich in important nutrients for farming- specifically sulfur. The soil is a black rich color indicating how nutrient dense it is (and hence the name Black Dirt). Around the 1800's, the early settlers of NY recognized its' farming value and dug ditches on the land to further drain it. They farmed it. Today, the Black Dirt in Chester is in danger of being commercially developed. And we have joined efforts with the Chester Agricultural Center to preserve the Black Dirt, by farming it! 

 

Join our Community Shared Agriculture "CSA" for a weekly share of our organically grown vegetables and fruits. We only practice organic farming methods. We believe that healthy soil produces a nutritious plant, and you will be getting the best of what the land produces inshAllah (plus a fun array of vegetables and fruits that you normally don't see in a supermarket).

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