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Fruitful Harvest Farm
185 Sawkill Road, Kingston
(845) 339-0833; www.fruitfulharvestfarm.com
Beginning the first week in June and running through the first or second week in November, enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Choose a quarter share for one person at $275, a half share for three people at $430, or feed six with a full share at $710. Pickups are at the farm on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2pm to 7pm.

Glynwood Center
1 Glynwood Road, Cold Spring
(845) 265-3338; www.glynwood.org
Glynwood grows Certified Naturally Grown vegetables, as well as flowers, eggs, and pasture-fed chickens. Glynwood Center farm’s season: June to October. Full shares are $650 each for 20 weeks. CSA volunteers must commit at least one day per week (2 hours) for eight weeks. All shares are full for 2010.

Harmony Farm
144 Broadlea Road, Goshen
(845) 294-3181; harmonyfarmcsa@yahoo.com
Harmony Farm CSA grows vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Working shares are $400 for the season with the agreement to work at the farm 30 hours a season. Standard shares are $600 for the season, with no work required and include 10 to 12 items per week. A small share is available for $400, and includes six to eight items per week. The season lasts for 24 weeks from June to November; shares collected weekly.

Hawthorne Valley Farm

327 Route 21C, Ghent (Harlemville)
(518) 672-7500 x105; www.hawthornevalleyfarm.org
Hawthorne Valley Farm grows over 40 varieties of vegetables on a 10-acre market garden using organic and biodynamic farming methods. Members can choose from full vegetable shares or a vegetable and fruit share. The cost of a share runs from $460 to $710 depending on the type of share and location. Pick-ups for the 2010 season will be at the farm in Harlemville, Garden City, and Riverdale.

Healthy Harvest CSA at Johnson's Farm
180 Carpenter Road, Hopewell Junction
(845) 430-3233; www.healthyharvestcsa.org
The 22 week season offers a variety of herbs and produce grown without chemicals. A full, working share is available for $615 and 15 hours work for the season and a small, working share is available for $335 and 10 hours work for the season. A full, non-working share goes for $735 and a small, non-working share is $435. Pickup is at the farm on Thursday from late afternoon to early evening.

Hearty Roots Farm
223 Pitcher Lane, Red Hook
(845) 943-8699; www.heartyroots.com
Hearty Roots farm has sites in Tivoli, Kingston, and Woodstock. CSA shares include a wide range of seasonal vegetables and some fruit. At certain CSA pick-up sites, add-ons are available such as fruit, eggs, and dry beans. A full share costs $590 and an every-other-week share costs $325. Members are encouraged to join the farm on community work days and farm celebrations. You receive 8 to 10 varieties of produce, a total of 5 to 20 pounds per week/bi-weekly. The season runs for 22 weeks, from June to October.

Hudson Valley Fiber Farm
641 Hortontown Road, Hopewell Junction
(914) 474-8000; www.hudsonvalleyfiberfarm.com
Hudson Valley Fiber Farm is the first “Fiber CSA” in the country, offering yarn from Merino sheep and Angora goats. A full share is $160, a half share is $82, and a double share is $300. There is also a farm membership and farm and food consulting available.

Hugenot Street Farm
205 Hugenot Street, New Paltz
(845) 810-0033; www.flyingbeet.com
This 77 acre farm grows 125 types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables. CSA options include the Nano Share, 10 every-other-week distributions alternated with access to the U-pick area for $395; the Basic Share, 21 weekly distributions for $725; and the Big Share, also 21 weekly distributions but 50 percent bigger than the Basic Share for $1065. These shares include access to the U-pick area, early or extended season options, vacation options, and Huguenot Street Farm offers a full pro-rated refund if you decide to leave the CSA at any point. You can build onto your vegetable CSA with a fruit share for $195. All shares are full for 2010.

J & A Bialas Farm
Indiana Road, Goshen
(845) 360-5380; www.jabialasfarm.com
This black dirt region farm and CSA is in its first year of operation, though its farmers have decades of experience. The 22 week long CSA offers produce to feed two to six people each week. Options include: Tuesday night pickup at the farm for $495, Friday morning pickup in Manhattan for $595, and Saturday morning pickup in Pleasantville (Westchester County) for $595.

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