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Full Circus Farm
27 Mils Path, Pine Plains
(518) 789-0025
Fullcircusfarm.wordpress.com

Full Circus Farm offers a vegetable CSA from June to November with pick-ups right here at the farm on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings. Expect what's ripe and ready to eat each week! Full Shares are $600 and Half Shares are $375.

Great Song Farm
475 Milan Hill Road, Red Hook
(845) 758-1572
Greatsongfarm.com

Twenty-two weeks, June-November. Biodynamic/organic growing practices, draft-horse powered. Two shares sizes, both including all-you-can-eat greens (lettuce, kale, chard, mustards, etc). Weekly on-farm pick-ups Tuesday & Saturday. Pick-your-own peas, cherry tomatoes, beans, flowers, and herbs included. Financial assistance available. A variety of other organic, local farm products also available at our farm store: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, apples, bread, yogurt, soft and hard cheeses, honey, chicken and duck eggs, maple syrup, fermented vegetables/sauerkrauts, teas, salves, and herbs. Our cows, chickens, horses and bees welcome visitors during pickup. Spring, fall, and winter shares also available, including greens.

Healthy Harvest CSA at Johnson's Farm
180 Carpenter Road, Hopewell Junction
(845) 226-8877

Herbs and produce grown using all-natural, pesticide free practices. With sheep grazing, chickens clucking, and the manicured yards and fields looking trim and green, it is obvious that there is a lot of farm activity back at 180 Carpenter Road. 

Northwind Farms
185 West Kerley Corners Road, Tivoli
(845)757-5591
Northwindfarmsallnatural.com

A solar-powered farm, containing all-natural chicken, smoked meats, beef, pork, turkey, duck, and other types of poultry. 

Obercreek Farm
59 Marlorville Road, Hughsonville
(845) 337-1906
Obercreekfarm.com

Offering Certified Organic CSA shares for 22 weeks running from June to October, with half and full shares available. Weekly shares provide 8 to 10 produce for a total of 5 to 20 pounds. Over 200 varieties of chemical free vegetables and herbs. Pick-up sites available in Wappingers, Beacon, and Chappaqua.

Poughkeepsie Farm Project
Corner of Raymond and Hooker Avenues, Poughkeepsie
(845) 516-1100 ext. 0
Farmproject.org

Poughkeepsie Farm Project exists to ensure that our local community, our region, and our nation has secure access to good food now and in the future. We work toward this vision by using community-based strategies to produce food, create and support venues for food distribution, and provide hands-on educational experiences about food and farming for children, youth, and adults. Seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs. 

Pri HaEmek Bounty of the Valley CSA
110 Grand Avenue, Poughkeepsie
(845) 454-3747
Bountyofthevalley.org

A weekly share of seasonal vegetables grown by Lineage Farm using sustainable and organic methods. Small and large size shares available. Some of the vegetables you can expect are: lettuce, arugula, salad turnips, kale, swiss chard, broccoli rabe, garlic and garlic scapes, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, summer and winter squash, carrots, cucumbers, spinach, herbs, green beans, beets, endive, and radishes. 

Primrose Hill School
23 Spring Brook Park Suite 2, Rhinebeck
(845) 876-1226
Primrosehillschool.com

Shares are available in 10-, eight-, and five-item bunches, with weekly pick up from June 2 to November 3 at 6571 Springbrook Avenue, across from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Examples of items are a bunch of carrots, a large butternut squash, a quart of pickling cucumbers, two pounds of onions, a bunch of parsley, a half pound bag of salad, with each counting as a single item. Share Your Share program also enables purchase of shares to donate to families in need.

Shoving Leopard Farm
845 River Road, Barrytown
(845) 758-9961
Shovingleopardfarm.org

Flower CSA shares run late-June through the hard frost in October or November. The options include Pick-Your-Own flowers from the labyrinth Sunday-Tuesday on the farm, or pre-picked bouquets on Fridays picked up at Starling Yards CSA in Red Hook.

Sisters Hill Farm
127 Sisters Hill Road, Stanfordville
(845) 868-7048
Sistershillfarm.org

Sisters Hill Farm since 1999. We care about health, freshness, and taste. Our average member has been with us for more than 6 years—75 of our members have been with us for more than a decade.  Our veggies are that good!  Weekly and biweekly shares available­—get them before they are gone!

Starling Yards
81 Echo Valley Road, Red Hook
(646) 831-8311
Starlingyards.com

Twenty-two weeks of organically grown vegetables, pick-your-own flower labyrinth and pasture raised, non-GMO eggs. Two vegetable share sizes with Swap Box options. Tuesday and Friday on-farm pick-ups include access to Member PYO plot with tomatoes, peas, beans, herbs and sunflowers. Convenient to Red Hook, Rhinebeck, Milan and Tivoli.

Greene County

Rexcroft Farm
389 Leeds-Athens Road, Athens
(518) 821-8709
Rexcroftfarm.com

Integrated Pest Management farm offers a 20-week CSA from June to October. Family, and 15 and 20 week shares available. Produce available includes greens, vegetables, roots, and herbs. Add on fruit share available. 2015 will offer many options, including lettuce, kale, arugula, tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, mint, cilantro, garlic, and more.

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