Hugeunot Street Farm is located on historic Huguenot Street right in the heart of New Paltz, New York. The farm is a Community Supported Agriculture farm practicing responsible veganic farming. Over 125 varieties of Certified Naturally Grown vegetables, cut flowers, and fruits are grown on 77 acres of forever protected and fertile crop land, forest, and wetlands.
CSA distributions takes place on the farm 2 days a week. Over 125 varieties of naturally grown vegetables, cut flowers, and fruits are grown here on 77 acres of forever protected and fertile crop land, forest, and wetlands. For nearly two decades, the farm has been an incubator for innovative technologies and processes for an extremely low carbon footprint, beyond organic agriculture, while providing our CSA members with amazing vegetables at below supermarket prices.
Huguenot Street Farm CSA
CSA distributions generally run 22 weeks from the first week in June through October with make-up and additional optional weeks in early November. The CSA distributes fruits and vegetables only. We also have a great U-Pick selection that includes flowers, berries, peppers, and beans. Last year we offered goat cheese and milk from Cotton Hill Creamery just north of us, but those would be separate as we’ve done previously with bread.
Huguenot Street Farm Food
We grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables on the farm. We do not often bag, bunch, or otherwise mutilate or organize our veggies—you pull them out of bulk bins that are coming in a stream from the field. Things are pulled out of the soil and put on the tables for you to pick up often quite literally as you stand there and watch.