Share list for December 2, 2014

Veggies

  • 1 bu Rosemary
  • 1 White Cauliflower**
  • 1 bu Scallions**
  • 1 bu Orange Carrots**
  • 1 hd Savoy Cabbage
  • 1 Brussels Sprouts**
  • 3 lbs Yukon Gold
  • 2 lbs. Sweet Potatoes
  • 2 pc Nyu Choy
  • 2 pc Delicata Squash**
** harvested from a transitional field awaiting organic certification from NOFA-NY
Tuesday • 12/02/14

DUMBO / Vinegar Hill CSA

Summer signups coming soon!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for people to buy vegetables directly from a local farmer. Before the harvest season, members commit and pre-pay to buy fresh, locally-grown, organic vegetables.

Interested in joining us for the 2015 season? Enter your email below, and you’ll be the first to know when our registration form goes live:


Share details

Our vegetable share consists of fresh, local vegetables provided by Sang Lee Farms on Long Island. A share will cost approximately $600 for the 25-week season, and each week, you’ll receive approximately 8 different kinds of vegetables. (Returning members, please note the change from last year—there’s just one share size this season. It will be a little bigger than the partial and a little smaller than the full.)

We’ll also offer several optional add-ons:

  • Fruit shares are provided by Briermere Farms. Fruit shares run for 18 weeks starting in mid-July and cost $195 ($10.83/week).

 

  • Cheese shares consist of 4-6 ounces of cheese each week for 18 weeks and cost $195 ($10.83/week). The cheese is provided by a rotation of different artisan cheese providers.

 

  • The value-added share consists of delicious, farm-to-table products made in the Sang Lee Farms kitchen, from seasonal soups and salads to dressings, pestos, and dips. The items you’ll receive will be worth $15/week, or $375 over the 25-week season.

We are also exploring options for fish, dairy, and other local, sustainably harvested products.

 

Save the date

February 18th, 2015

Save the date! Open house at Sang Lee Farms on the North Fork of Long Island will be Sunday, May 17. Rumor has it there may be barn dancing…mark your calendars, and we’ll see you there!