This list was compiled with the help of Glynwood Farm.
Common Hands Farm CSA
225 Carpenter Road, Ghent
Organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs grown using biodynamic and permaculture methods. A new form of CSA allows members to choose any seven items they want from many diverse offerings. On-site farm stand and organizers of a midweek market in Hudson where one can pick up one’s share and shop for other food from other local vendors. Also delivers to Brooklyn, Chatham, Hillsdale, Philmont, and Queens.
The Farm at Miller’s Crossing
81 Roxbury Road, Hudson
We grow certified organic vegetables, plants, and flowers as well as raise a small beef herd. The farm has 30 acres of vegetables within a 60-acre rotation, as well as 75 acres of pasture for our cows. Our greenhouse provides room to grow the farm’s transplants and bedding plants for sale. Family-sized and single shares available. Shares available in the Hudson Valley and the metropolitan area.
Field Apothecary & Herb Farm
245 Main Street Germantown
We offer a four seasons wellness box—one distribution per season, available annually or you can subscribe seasonally. One of our goals is to help others transform their medicine chest like they’ve done with their food pantry—making ingredients more recognizable with locally grown plants. Each season we prepare approximately 10 remedies to get you through this season. Our CSA will also include an e-book with tips and suggestions for incorporating herbs into daily living.
Four Legs Farm
Using non-GMO grain, Four Legs Farm offers pasture-raised lamb, pork, and beef shares.
Good Fight Herb Company
Community Supported Herbalism. Four-Season Care Package program. By becoming a member of this program, we provide you with herbal self-care support for each season with remedies we organically grow, gather, and hand make in small batches. Each season you'll receive a bountiful package that contains five medicinal products, one self-care surprise, and one informational booklet. The medicinal products address each season's most needed physical and emotional supports. The self-care surprise is a magical twist to taking care, focusing on ritual and intention setting. You'll learn more specifically about the plants included in the formulas, where they come from, and how and why to take them.
Hawk Dance Farm
362 Rodman Road, Hillsdale
Hawk Dance Farm offers half shares, feeding one to two people, and full shares, feeding three to four people. Work shares are also available—in exchange for weekly work at the farm, a bag of produce will be provided.
Hawthorne Valley Farm
327 County Route 21C, Ghent
Provides organic and biodynamic produce to Columbia County, Garden City, Inwood, and Riverdale. Over 40 varieties of vegetables are grown on the farm. Fruit shares from local farms are also available. The CSA includes weekly delivery of produce for approximately 21 weeks.
Hearty Roots Community Farm
1830 Route 9, Germantown
Seasonal produce and pasture raised eggs. CSA pick-up in Clermont, Red Hook, Woodstock, and Kingston. Website includes a list of produce varieties. Includes pasture-raised, non-GMO eggs.
90 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancramdale
Organic grass-fed and pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork, and chicken. Monthly shares of 10, 15, and 20 pounds available. Includes a wide variety of meats, from lamb chops to brisket to chicken wings.
103 County Route 9, Ghent
Offers a CSA of USDA organic vegetables starting in June and ending in October. Pick-up at the farm or in Hudson.
34 Fischer Road, Kinderhook
Katchkie Farm is a 60-acre certified organic farm by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY. The farm offers a 23-week organic vegetable share from June to November. Weekly shares on average contain 6 to 11 different seasonal vegetables and herbs from over 30 different vegetables grown.
Letterbox Farm Collective
4161 US 9, Hudson
Each weekly share provides three to six vegetables, greens, onions, herbs, spices, a dozen eggs, and one additional item—grains, fruit, cheese, or mushrooms. Pork and rabbit are also available based on a points system (75 points per share). Pick up your share on the farm or at the Chappaqua Farmers’ Market in Westchester.
1630 County Route 7A, Copake
Vegetable CSA. Choose a weekly array of vegetables to make up your share. Large, medium, and small sizes available. Pickups in Brooklyn, Poughkeepsie, White Plains, Croton, Copake, and in Hudson. Also offering egg, meat, fruit, and flower shares through collaborations with other local farms.