Denison Farm

We are family farmers - Brian and Justine Denison, our children Suzanna and Maggie. We have been in NY state for ten years, having moved here from Maine, where for 16 years, we grew over 100 acres of mixed vegetables. Brian is also a forester out of the University of Maine and Justine has taught elementary school, worked on the farm, and is a musician.

Denison Farm is fully committed to organic agriculture and we will follow the national organic standards. We are certified by a local agency called Certified Naturally Grown and we would like to move closer to the Biodynamic ideal of the farm as a self-sustaining organism. This Schaghticoke, NY farm is 164 acres of rich bottom land, wooded ridges, pasture/hayfields, marsh, and streams. The farm is the home of the first CSA in New York state and has a 24 year history of organic management and CSA marketing by our much-loved predecessor, Janet Britt.

Listing last updated on Jan 14, 2014

The 2014 CSA sign-up has just begun! Please visit our website for ordering information or email Justine directly for a membership agreement form. Thank you so much for supporting local, organic agriculture! We will be back at the Troy and Saratoga Farmers' Markets beginning in May. We will also offer winter vegetable boxes later in the season - 2 in November and 2 in December.

Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2002

# of Shares:  500

Full Share:  $540 for a regular vegetable share for 22 weeks - June through October

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Saratoga and Troy Farmers' Market on Saturdays from 9:00-1:00

We sell to Honest Weight Food Coop, Hawthorne Valley Farm Store, Healthy Living Market and Cafe, and to restaurants in the Capital/Saratoga Region.

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I come back to joining this CSA because the produce is wonderful and so are all of the people who grow and sell it! The summer CSA provides more than enough to feed my family of 4.... [more]

This farm family and their friendly workers provide wonderful produce to our communities. They are friendly and helpful. It is a pleasure to do business with them and enjoy the fruits of their labor.... [more]

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