An unfortunate outage that coincided with a ton of work for Avery means our website has been down for a few weeks. We’re still working out recovering the system it was running on, but for now its back up and running, albeit based on a snapshot from 2014. All the major features work, so you can send people here to sign up for the waiting list, and we’ll be able to post news and distro into there (although we expect to have the full site restored before then).
We are in the process of finalizing plans for this year’s Winter CSA. Although we are still waiting for some info on pricing and availability, we do know that we will be processing orders in the next week or so, and there will be a very limited sign up period, with payments required in full at that time.
Current pricing is as follows:
Family Vegetable: $262
Single Vegetable: $141
Subsidized Single Vegetable: $85
Beef Share: $162
We will have pricing for fruit and egg shares available for you as soon as we get the info from the farmers.
For those of you new to the Winter Share, vegetable shares are comprised of frozen veggies as well as storage vegetables (like squash and sweet potatoes, among other things). Pick ups are Saturdays, but because the food comes pre-boxed and it is very cold outside, distributions are 1 hour instead of two.
Please think about purchasing a Winter Share, and look for sign up info in the coming week.
Share Distribution (9am – 11am):
Vegetables (double for family):
1 bunch radishes
1 bunch arugula
1 bunch bok choy
.5 lb spinach
.5 lb mixed greens
Fruit (double for family):
2 1/2 lb Fuji and WineSap apples
1 lb Rhubarb
Whole Milk Yogurt
Soon you will be getting email from us with a link to a signup page.
Many thanks to Kombucha Brooklyn, Sour Puss Pickles, Juice Hugger Cafe, Bad Seed Cider Company and Melville House Books for their generous donations to our end of season raffle. And a huge thank you to all our members who purchased raffle tickets, helping us to raise over $150 for subsidized shares in 2014.
Due to the needs of the other CSAs that The Farm at Miller’s Crossing serves, we agreed to begin unloading their truck 10 minutes earlier, at 8:20am. We’re sorry for the late notice (and the lost sleep!), but it was necessary to help out Flatbush and XXX CSAs.