Corbin Hill Food Project

We work with farmers from upstate New York and community groups in New York City to deliver fresh, local vegetables, fruit, eggs and more to New York City. Our goal is to develop a sustainable approach that will not only strengthen the local economies of upstate and downstate communities -- but also feed them, sustain them, and unite them into a coalition of citizens who will, one day, become owners of the venture.

Listing last updated on Jan 27, 2015

Upstate, we with a growing roster of farmers, primarily in Schoharie County. Downstate, Shareholders in our Farm Share program pay in advance to receive a weekly or monthly share (or "selection") of produce. Our Farm Share is open to everyone -- and is designed to meet the needs of low-income communities by offering flexible membership terms, affordable prices, and items that reflect the diverse cultures we serve.

Season:  January through January

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2010

Full Share:  SUMMER SHARE: $18/week for Medium Share, $27/week for Large. WINTER SHARE: $40/month. PLEASE NOTE: We also have a reduced-price "Money Match" program for SNAP recipients.

Work Req?  No

Seasonal fruits and vegetables are available, as well as farm-fresh eggs and dried beans. Over the winter, we also offer dairy, bread, meat and pantry goods. Email us to learn more:

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