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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Imagine… a weekly selection of the freshest, just-picked organic vegetables, straight from our farm to your table!
June-Thanksgiving, 24 weeks, includes 7-9 items per week, which is enough vegetables for two large vegetarian meals per week, for a family – or sides for the whole week.
See harvest chart for approximate schedule of vegetables.
The season includes a wide variety of vegetables, however they DO NOT COME ALL AT ONE TIME. It is likely that you will not get tomatoes until August (two months into the CSA!) when they naturally ripen in the Northeast, and no potatoes until around that time as well.
EARLY SUMMER (June-July)
June and July include copious amounts of cooking greens and lettuces, including spinach, bok choi, mizuna, mustard greens, tatsoi, Swiss Chard, kale, and others. Remember the ground is still warming up from the winter till late May; the last frost date in our area is May 5 (this is the date before which nearly ALL PLANTS can be KILLED when plantedoutside). Other early summer delicacies include snap and snow peas, garlic scapes, scallions, and in late July zucchini, sweet corn, summer squash, and cucumbers.
MID SUMMER (August-Sept)
This is the time that those of us who are seasonal eaters, live for. Tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, squashes, potatoes, sweet corn, melons, herbs, basil, onions. We grow dozens of types of tomatoes and 5 kinds of peppers, 3 kinds of eggplant, so the diversity is amazing. The CSA share at this time of the year is bounteous.
In the fall we have time to focus on harvesting the massive amount of crops we have planted for you, our CSA member! We are bringing in and handing out thousands of pounds of potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, (in a good year) onions, cabbage, garlic, etc. We see a return to the cold-hardy greens as the weather chills, including the kales, and our oldfriends Swiss Chard and Bok Choi. We try to make the last two pre-Thanksgiving shares everything you’ll need for that special dinner, including butternut and other sweet winter squashes, sweet potatoes, potatoes, garlic, collards, and more.
NEW! PERSONAL SIZE WEEKLY SHARE!
This is perfect for a single person or a couple on the go who still want to enjoy the weekly, fresh vegetables at home, but not too much. Will contain 5 organic vegetable items per week and 1 fruit item (fruit is seasonal and local, but usually not organic). Comes pre-packed in a great recyclable box.
- $550 for 24 weekly pick-ups
- biweekly option not available
Get double the vegetables of the weekly vegetable share, for less than twice the price!
If you find yourself running out of veggies after a few days with our regular weekly share, are a big juicer, raw foodist, or paleo-dieter, this is the solution for you!
This share should last you the whole week, for veggie meals every day or extensive juicing. It will be approximately 5-6 bunches of greens per week and 15-20 lbs additional vegetables.
- $1200 for 24 weekly pick-ups – a $110 DISCOUNT off the cost of two vegetable shares ($48.34 per week)
- $655 for 12 bi-weekly pick-ups – a $35 DISCOUNT off the cost of two biweekly vegetable shares ($52.92/week)
June – Thanksgiving, 24 weeks – Starts out in June with strawberries, then cherries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, peaches, apricots, plums and pears in July and August, and mainly pears and apples September through November. Fruits are very fresh and flavorful, not all are organic but grown on our next-door neighbor’s farm using lots of compost and low-spray techniques. We do buy organic fruit whenever we can, if we can find it grown in our local area.
Quantities vary based on the changing value of the fruit.
- June-July: During berry season, you are likely to get 2 quarts of strawberries or 3 pints of blueberries in a typical week. Organic blackberries and local raspberries are quite expensive but also delicious, and a typical week would bring 3 half pints.
- July-September: As we get into “tree fruits” such as sugar plums, prune plums, apricots, white and yellow peaches, donut peaches, and nectarines, the poundage increases to approx 3-4 lbs of two different kinds of fruits each week.
- October- November: mean the end of the summer fruits and the beginning of “apple season”. You will get 3-4 lbs of apples all through the fall, a great value and great for eating, cooking, or storing.
$300 for 24 weekly pick-ups ($12.50 per week)
$165 for 12 biweekly pick-ups ($12.75 per week)
June – Thanksgiving, 24 weeks – Receive a HALF-dozen farm-fresh eggs from our own pastured, free-range hens, fed organic feed and no hormones or antibiotics. If you want a FULL dozen each week, get TWO Egg shares (price is the same, but doubled).
Cost: $80 for 24 weekly half-dozens ($3.33/wk) ; $40 for 12 biweekly half-dozens ($3.33/wk).
June – October, 20 weeks – A gorgeous weekly bouquet of fresh-picked flowers, grown organically, different every week. Includes zinnias, snapdragons, sunflowers, black-eyed susans, and much more. CLICK HERE to see some of the different flowers we grow.
Cost: $155 for 20 weekly bouquets ($7.75/wk); $80 for 10 weekly bouquets ($8/wk)
“Weekly Share Combo” is one of VEG, FRUIT, FLOWER and EGG shares every week, at $40 off the total price of the shares if purchased separately.
Cost: $1150 for 24 weekly pick-ups ($47.92 /wk)
“Bi-weekly Share Combo” responds for POPULAR DEMAND for a little bit of everything at a reasonable price. It includes a biweekly share of VEG, FRUIT, FLOWER and EGG (i.e. one full share picked up every OTHER week) at $15 off the total price of the shares if purchased separately
Cost: $610 for 12 bi-weekly pick-ups ($50.84/wk)
Cost: $300 for 6 pick-ups, one per month ($50/month)
Cost: $200 for 12 pick-ups, biweekly (every other week) ($16.67/week)
Receive a unique, freshly baked organic loaf biweekly with your CSA share! Made by Carissa’s Bread in Amagansett, NY, our bread contains flour made from our very own wheat, grown organically (like everything else) right here at Garden of Eve!
The share will include a rotation of different bread types, including oat, brioche, sourdough, rye, brioche, and farm bread. All are probiotic, somewhat dense, and crusty.
The baker fresh-mills our wheat and combines it with organic bread flour, salt, yeast, and a natural starter that was developed in Amagansett in 1968.
The loaf weighs two pounds before being baked. If it’s not eaten within a few days, we suggest wrapping tightly in plastic and freezing. To reheat, simply place the unwrapped, frozen loaf in a 400F oven for a few minutes.
Cost: $80 for 12 pick-ups, biweekly (every other week) ($6.67/week)
Includes Garden of Eve grown and processed preserves and pickles made from our own organic vegetables and NYS and local fruits (fruit is not all organic) including some of the following: Blackberry, blueberry, plum, apricot, or strawberry jam, and apple butter; cucumber pickles; dilly beans; kimchi; pickled beets, lacto-fermented pickles, sauerkraut, and kimchi.
You will get one jam and one jar of pickles per month;
Cost: $90 for 12 pick-ups, monthly (same schedule as meat share) ($15/pick up)
Cost: $15 per collection of 4 herb or vegetable plants ($3.50/plant plus $1/collection sales tax)