2014 WINTER South Bronx CSA shares are available!
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE OR TO ORDER NOW!
If you are interested in ordering a share or shares for an organization, let us know!
Just like last winter, the Winter Share will be a produce box delivered once a month, on the second Tuesday of the month, from December through March. Each box will include 7-9 items, weighing 15-25 pounds — think hearty greens, apples, pears, winter squash, white and sweet potatoes, cabbage, carrots, beets, onions, garlic, and greenhouse lettuce. As always, we’ll pick your produce based on what’s in season and grown in New York State using sustainable farming methods.
As you are signing up to be a Winter Shareholder, you’ll also have the options to also subscribe to our extra share subscriptions:
- Dozen Egg Share
- Winter Fruit Share (apples & one preserved product)
- Bean Share (two types of beans, one pound of each)
- Dairy Share (butter, yogurt/kefir, & cheese)
- Bread Share (multigrain loaf & corn tortillas)
After that, our Web Store is stocked with a number of a la carte “Add-On” items that we source from the farms in our farmer network. Need a stocking stuffer? In the Web Store, you’ll find sweets and gifts — i.e., honey, maple syrup, jam, tea, and farm-made lip balms and hand salves.
Sign up today, to keep the farm love flowing in the wintertime.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
info AT corbinhillfarm DOT com
THE SOUTH BRONX CSA is a community-driven initiative that brings the people of the community together to build the necessary resources and infrastructure to continue to transform the South Bronx into an accessible and affordable food oasis. Our mission is to create affordable access to locally and organically grown vegetables for everyone in the South Bronx and beyond. Join today!
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a community-based movement that creates affordable access to healthy foods for city-residents while allowing local farmers to thrive in an environment that is increasingly competitive and unfavorable. Before the growing season, CSA members purchase a share of food from a partnering local farmer, allowing the farmer to focus on farm duties instead of struggling to secure a customer base and competing against large agribusiness.