Community Supported Agriculture

What is a CSA?

CSA, stands for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). A CSA connects consumers (you) directly with local farmers to provide access to fresh and chemical free fruits and vegetable at a discounted rate. East New York Farms partnered with Corbin Hill Food Project to provide a subscription to delicious and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Corbin Hill Food Project year round and provides both a Winter CSA (December- March) and a Summer CSA (June - November). 


You can pay with Cash, Check, Debit/Credit Card, EBT/SNAP* and Fresh Connect coupons. Stagger your payments throughout the season. Select the option to enroll your debit/credit card in automatic billing — and never think about making your next payment!

Reduced Rates

*SNAP (food stamps) & reduced-price "Money Match": All members paying with SNAP or whose income is within 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines are eligible for our reduced-price "Money Match" program; to learn more and/or apply, click HERE. Please note that due to government regulations the first week's payment must be made with cash, check or debit/credit card.

Vacation your Farm Share:
Put your share(s) on "vacation" any week you can't make pick-up & you will not be billed for that "vacation" week.


4:00 PM - 7:00 PM 

Do you want fresh, organic vegetables at discount prices? To learn more or join the East New York CSA call 718-649-7979 ext 29 or stop by our pick up day to learn more!

Ready to receive you weekly share NOW?

 CSA Sign-Up In 5 Easy Steps!!!!

More Info :HERE

Ready to Sign Up: HERE

1. Choose East New York Farms
2. Choose a size (Medium or Large)
3. Choose your weekly add-on (eggs, beans, fruit optional) 
4. Choose a payment type (pay in Full or Weekly payments)
5. Choose a payment method (re-occurring debit, debit, or check, click "check" for EBT,) 

There you have it, 5 easy steps to receiving delicious, local AWESOMENESS every week!! Summer CSA starts June 17th,  2014.        



The mission of the East New York Farms Project is to organize youth and adults to address food justice in our community by promoting local sustainable agriculture and community-led economic development.

East New York Farms! is a project of the United Community Centers in partnership with local residents.

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