Woodstock CSA

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What’s included in a CSA share?

A Weekly Share includes a variety of freshly harvested produce to be picked up each Wednesday from June 3rd – October 28th. We create our farm planting plan based on feedback from our CSA members: each week we aim to harvest a balance of salad greens, root vegetables, cooking greens, seasonal veggies, an herb and a specialty item. A Weekly Share is designed for a medium-sized household. Members can expect to receive 8-10 varieties of produce per week (a total of 5-20 pounds per week). Click here for a preview of our planting plan for 2015, and a slideshow of the share list chalkboard at our on-farm CSA last season.
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In addition to the produce we harvest fresh for you each week, you will have the option to visit our farm’s Pick-Your-Own garden on Saturdays, located in Clermont.
The pick-your-own garden includes a variety of herbs, flowers, cherry tomatoes, green beans, tomatillos, hot peppers and more. Pick to your heart’s content, it is included in the price of your CSA share. Open during the harvest season (June – October) during daylight hours.

Flexible “vacation” days

We know life is busy, and vacations happen! We offer you flexible options for your pick-up dates.
A weekly share includes 22 weeks of vegetables; an every-other-week share includes 11 weeks. The regular season runs from June 2nd – October 28th, but you can choose to “go on vacation” for one or two weeks during the regular season. As long as you give us three days’ notice when you will be skipping a week of pick-up, you will then be able to make that week up during a bonus week of pickup in November. Please note that bonus pickup must be collected at the farm in Clermont, not in Woodstock.

Do you offer half shares?

If you would prefer a smaller quantity of vegetables, you may sign up for an “Every-Other-Week” share. This allows you to pick up vegetables every second week throughout the 22 week season. You will be assigned either “Week A” (pickups beginning June 3rd) or “Week B” (pickups begin June 10th). You must stick to the schedule that you select– we cannot accommodate switching weeks during the season. We harvest almost all of your veggies the morning of pickup, so produce will easily last for two weeks in your fridge.

How much does a share cost?

There are two options for a Farm Share:
Weekly Share (22 weeks): $600 / season (** Note:  Price will be pro-rated once season has begun.  Click here to see current prices)
Every-Other-Week Share (11 weeks): $325 / season (** Note:  Price will be pro-rated once season has begun.  Click here to see current prices)

You can pay in full, or in four monthly installments. If you need a more flexible payment plan, contact us and we’ll work out the details.

Discounts may be available to those who are unable to pay the full price of a share; if you receive some type of Public Assistance (SNAP, etc.) you can get a discounted Farm Share. Contact us about this to work out the details.

Where & when do I pick up my vegetables?

You pick up your share every Wednesday between 4pm-7pm (please be sure to show up by 6:45pm so you have time to pick up your veggies before the site closes!) at the Woodstock Jewish Congregation, 1682 Glasco Turnpike between Woodstock and Saugerties.

What if there are weeks when I can’t pick up my share?

No problem, there are a few options. First, see above for details about the “vacation” option. Also, you are always welcome to send a friend, family member, neighbor, or anyone at all to pick up your share for you. You don’t need to tell us ahead of time, just have them check your name off the list.

If you can’t arrange to pick your share up at all, it will be donated to a social service organization, no food will be wasted.

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If you prefer to send in a paper form in the mail, you can print this one.