Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), will get it to you farm fresh and local. The Hudson Valley is home to a large number of Community Supported Agriculture programs that produce fruit, vegetables, berries, herbs, honey, eggs, dairy products and meat, cut flowers and various ornamental plants. Support our local Hudson Valley farmers while supporting your health. Check them out. A CSA may be just the right thing for your table.
Full Circus Farm is a horse-powered and certified organic farm growing vegetables, nursery fruit trees and fun in Pine Plains, NY.
Obercreek Farm is a certified organic farm and farm stand located in the hamlet of Hughsonville in Dutchess County, NY.
Long Season Farm is a small farm focused on providing seasonal vegetables after the traditional growing season has ended.
Denison Farm is a family run farm in Schaghticoke NY growing organic produce and offering a Community Supported Agriculture program.
Katchkie Farm is a year-round NOFA-certified organic Community Supported Agriculture farm in Kinderhook, New York.
Eight Mile Creek Farm produces more than 30 kinds of certified organic vegetables and herbs, offering each in several varieties.
Pugh Farms is a small farm operation based in Newburgh, NY, raising all natural pastured poultry and farm fresh eggs.
The W. Rogowski Farm offers Community Supported Agriculture on a second generation family farm in the magnificent black dirt region of Orange County, NY.
The Abode Farm CSA is a cooperatively run farm in New Lebanon, NY, producing vegetables, herbs, and flowers for our summer and winter CSA.
Located in Dutchess County, New York, Sisters Hill Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture farm sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of New York.
Creekside Acres Fiber Farm is a small, family run farm located in the heart of the Hudson Valley.