A special share with a generous amount of our organic produce, for a feast or to store into early winter.
On the Farm - Saturday, November 20th
Brooklyn - Saturday, November 20th (East Williasmburg, Greenwood Heights, Bay Ridge)
Riverdale - Wednesday, November 17th
The vegetable share includes a wide variety of vegetables including fresh greens, carrots, butternut squash, turnips, onions, sweet potatoes, parsnips and more!
Add-on options include eggs, maple syrup and stew chickens (depending on your pick up location)
Most of the produce is perfect for winter storage and will last for weeks in the fridge, extending your local organic bounty into the early winter
What's in a Thanksgiving Share?
A vegetable share includes a variety of over 12 different varieties of fall produce. The share will likely include:
Best used fresh: Salad greens, Cooking Greens (kale, collards), Broccoli, Flat-leaf Parsley
Stores well in the fridge: Carrots, Parsnips, Turnips, Cabbage
Stores well at room temperature: Butternut Squash, Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Garlic
The overall amount is around 50% more our usual summer shares, since so much of the produce will store well. You can expect about 18-20 lb of produce.
You can add on additional items to your Vegetable Share (some items not available at all pick-up locations):
Eggs from our own pasture-raised hens
Maple syrup from our friends at Hubbell Homestead
Stew chickens from our own farm
Apples for cooking and fresh eating
You can pick up at the farm, or at one of our sites in NYC:
On the Farm (1830 Rt. 9, Germantown, NY) on Saturday, November 20th, 10am - 1pm
East Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Red Shed Community Garden, 266 Skillman Ave.) on Saturday, November 20th, 10am - 1pm
Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn (Greenwood Park, 555 7th Avenue @ 19th St.) on Saturday, November 20th, 9:30 - 11am
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn (6753 4th Avenue) on Saturday, November 20th, 8:30am - 10:30am
Riverdale, Bronx (Hebrew Institute of Riverdale) on Wednesday, November 17th, 5:45pm - 7:30pm