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Bed - Stuy CSA

Contact Info

Name: Sam Wilson
Phone: 718-387-2116
Website: Bed-Stuy CSA
677 Lafayette Avenue


A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a mutually beneficial partnership between a local farm and a neighborhood. The farm brings fresh, affordable produce to the neighborhood, and the residents provide a stable financial base for the farm by buying "shares" in the farm. Each week CSA members receive 6-10 different, pesticide free vegetables in their share. A share can feed a family of four for one week.

The neighborhood of Bed-Stuy Brooklyn has partnered with Conuco Farm, owned by Hector Tejada, located in nearby New Pulz New York. We offer full and half vegetable shares and are workingto further expand the share options. The season runs from June through October. We have canning workshops, cooking demonstrations and a farm trip during the season.

CSA Details :
- Season: June through October
- Type: 3rd party CSA service
- Since: 2006
- No of Shares: 68
- Full Share: $400/year full share $350/yr low income, $250/year half share $200 low income we also accept food stamps
- Work Req?No

Pick Up/Drop Off Points:

- Bed-Stuy CSA
Members pick up their shares at 677 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn NY 11216
Contact: Sam wilson
Phone: 718 387 2116 x12
Address: 677 Lafayette Avenue,Brooklyn, NY 11216 

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