Winter distribution primer

Winter season is starting soon! If you’d like to join our wait list, or are an existing member and want to tack on eggs or a maple share, email us by Saturday December 7th.

Things to keep in mind:

  • Distributions are ONE HOUR ONLY, 12:30 – 1:30 PM. We pack up promptly at 1:30 because it’s cold out and we’re all volunteering time out of our tight schedules. We can’t make exceptions and we can’t hold on to anything for later pickup. Sorry! But if you know ahead of time that you won’t make it during the one hour window, just send a friend to pick up your share for you. Or don’t–unclaimed food gets donated to the Mary House soup kitchen!
  • We distribute out of the garden rain or shine or snow. The only exception is if farmer Ted’s truck can’t make it down from the farm because of unplowed roads. We’ll be in touch if that’s the case.
  • You’re welcome to carry your share home in the box it comes in. But if you bring tote bags to transfer your stuff into, Ted is happy to get the boxes sent back up so he can reuse them next month. He’ll also reuse egg cartons and rubber bands so bring those back to us too please.
  • Pretend the tomatoes and corn aren’t in that illustration up top. It’s winter and Windflower Farm is upstate! We won’t be getting tomatoes or corn in our boxes 🙂

Now taking winter enrollments!

Finally, it’s that time! Sign up for our 2019-2020 winter season using this enrollment link (by 11/15 please):


Winter distributions will take place on the following Saturdays, 12:30 – 1:30 PM:

November 23
December 14
January 11
February 8

On offer are three different share options: boxed produce, eggs, and maple (yes it’s as delicious as it sounds!)

Turkey time!

Summer season is drawing to a close, which means it’s time to order your pasture-raised, GMO-free turkey for Thanksgiving!

It also means we’re about to start taking enrollments for our upcoming winter season. Winter distributions are a monthly affair, 12:30 – 1:30 PM on the following four Saturdays: Nov 23, Dec 14, Jan 11, Feb 8

Email us for details or with any questions!

Come visit the farm!

Like they do every year, Farmers Ted and Jan are inviting us up to Windflower Farm for the weekend of September 7-8, to peel back the curtain on how they grow things, which latest machinery their sons have converted to electric, what kinds of organic, non-chemical techniques they’ve been employing to keep pests at bay… and much more! We also make a big bonfire on Saturday night, have a group potluck, and sometimes hit a swimming hole. Email us for info or to RSVP!

One bouquet, done three ways

Our members look pretty thrilled with this week’s bouquets of statice (grown by farmer Ted’s wife Jan). Details on our flower share here!

It’s My Park Day 2019

Our CSA is special in lots of ways! One of them is that we run our distributions out of a beautiful flower-filled community garden. Come join us for It’s My Park Day, which will be happening at the M’Finda Kalunga Garden, the same spot where we distribute veggies June through October on Thursday evenings.

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Sign up now for our 2019 summer season!

Vegetables on table

Stanton Street CSA will provide city dwellers with access to high quality, locally-grown, farm fresh produce.

Enrollments for summer 2019 is open. Sign up by April 27 and get special early bird pricing!

Click this link to find out more and purchase a CSA share.

As a member of the CSA, you’ll 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.

Our distribution takes place each Thursday from June 6th to October 31th on the back patio of the M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden