What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It’s an increasingly popular way to get unbeatably fresh produce and other farm products on a weekly basis. Members sign up and pay in advance of the growing season—securing their “share." This enables the farmers to plan their season’s crops efficiently—planting a diversity of vegetables and harvesting without waste.
Our CSA includes a vegetable share raised exclusively on our certified organic fields, an egg share, a fruit share (sourced from other area farms as well as from Free Bird), and, depending on your distribution location, a poultry share or cheese share too.
Free Bird Farm’s CSA 2013 season lasts 22 weeks. The start and end dates are:
June 4 - Oct. 29 for distributions in New York City and Tenafly, NJ
June 5- Oct. 30 for distributions at the farm and in Cooperstown