CSA

Please join our 2017 CSA community 



What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)? In CSA, a farm offers "shares" or memberships to the public. In return for your investment you receive a weekly box of freshly harvested produce throughout the growing season, typically from June to September.

What are your member options? We offer two membership options:

(1) Household share membership: Whatever is seasonal and harvestable, we’ll share with you. The weekly box should feed 2-3 vegetarian adults or a family of 3-4 with mixed diets and include a variety of 5-15 items, season and weather-permitting. Household share price: $650.
 Split shares are also available. You may split your share with a friend or neighbor. Or, if you’d like to split but don’t have anyone in mind yet to share with, we can do the pairing up for you. People often split shares in two ways: (1) every-other-week pick-ups; or (2) dividing weekly pick-ups with each other. Contact us for more information. Split-share price: $325.
(2) Community share membership: Receive a weekly household share of vegetables (see [1] above), plus anonymously subsidize shares for families who don’t have the means to become members themselves. Community share price: $1,250 ($650 for full share + $600 for subsidized share).


What kinds of vegetables will CSA members receive? Members will receive a variety of seasonal vegetables:
Late spring
Summer
Early fall
Arugula
Basil
Brussels sprouts
Beets
Carrots
Cabbage
Bok choy
Cherry tomatoes
Celeriac
Broccoli
Chives
Chinese cabbage
Broccoli raab
Cilantro
Collard greens
Kale
Cucumbers
Kale 
Lettuce
Eggplant 
Lettuce
Peas
Fennel 
Mustard greens
Radishes
Garlic
Parsnips
Spinach
Green beans
Pumpkins
Tatsoi cabbage
Herbs (dill, sage, etc.)
Heirloom tomatoes
Melon
Parsley 
Rutabaga
Spinach
Swiss chard
Turnips

Peppers (hot and sweet)
Winter squash  


Potatoes
Scallions
Summer squash
Swiss chard
Tomatillos
Tomatoes for canning







When and where are pick-ups? Pick-ups are on the farm on either Tuesday or Friday afternoons (4-7pm), your choice.

Will Longhaul Farm’s CSA be different from other CSAs? We follow a similar model of CSA as most local, organic farms. The main difference between our CSA and others is that our CSA will be small-scale, offering up to 30 memberships per season. That means we can provide more individual attention to you as members and collaborate on ideas for improving the current CSA model.

How you can become a member: Space is limited. Please contact us at longhaulny@gmail.com or (845) 424-6277 to become a member. We offer two payment options: (1) full-pay: pay your membership fee by February 15, 2017 to secure your share – this option gives us the most freedom as growers because we can rely on early resources throughout the season; or (2) pay in 2 installments: pay half of your membership by February 15, 2017 and the other half can be paid in installments based on an agreement we work out together.

Other ways you can participate in Longhaul Farm’s season:


(1) Buy Longhaul Farm naturally grown, pasture-raised meat and eggs:
  • Chicken: $6/lb - Reserve your chickens for $15 per bird
  • Pork: $375 for a quarter pig (price cuts available upon request) - Reserve for $50
  • Eggs: $5/dozen - Available year-round

(2) We host workdays on the farm - known a "Workations" - and all community members are invited. Details will be posted on our website and invitations sent via email.

Supporting our neighbors with local, nutritious food and a spirit of community is an important part of Longhaul Farm’s mission that we look forward to fulfilling throughout the year. If you have any questions or would like to join, please be in touch: call us at (845)424-6277, email us at longhaulny@gmail.com, or just do it the old fashioned way and drop by at 69 South Mountain Pass.