The Mission of Sisters Hill Farm is to grow healthy food, which nurtures bodies, spirits, communities, and the earth.

Located in Dutchess County, New York, Sisters Hill Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture farm sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of New York.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a farming model in which community members pledge support to the farm at the beginning of the season. In return, they pick up a share of the harvest every week. In this way, the growers and members provide mutual support in their food production, thereby creating a true community farm.

As a farm member, in exchange for your support in the cost of the farm, you get a share of each week’s harvest. As the harvest varies throughout the season, your share will also change each week. On average, a share ranges from 4-15 lbs. of food per week. Experience suggests that this provides enough veggies for an average size family, or two vegetarian adults.

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