Greens and Beans is a sustainable farm located in the Branchport area of Yates County, NY. We offer CSA pick up options in Canandaigua or on our farm.
Our focus is growing heirloom and open pollinated vegetable varieties, to preserve both taste and seed security. Some of the delicious and unusual items from our garden include orange, yellow, and pink tomatoes, striped beans, and purple carrots and potatoes. Aside from a wide range of produce, we also offer eggs from our Animal Welfare Approved, pastured, no-soy/low-corn organic grain-fed laying hens and forest-grown oyster and shitake mushrooms.
We are committed to building our soil and maintaining diversity on our land. For fertility, we use compost and mulch to encourage soil biology. We plant herbs and flowers to draw and maintain beneficial insect populations, such as lady bugs and lacewings, and even various butterflies and hummingbirds. Water conservation is achieved with rain barrels and drip irrigation. Our garden is 100% free of chemicals and synthetic products.
If you like fresh, delicious, healthy produce, become a member of Greens and Beans CSA and join us in our sixth season!
*New for 2015: 8-week early season CSA, to begin mid-April* / 22-week regular season CSA, June through October / 6-week late season CSA, November through mid-December / Egg shares / Bulk items: onions, garlic, heirloom paste tomatoes, fresh herbs, fresh and dried mushrooms
Season: April through December
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 30
Full Share: Price depends on pick up location: Regular season $525-$550 / Early season $200-$215 / Late season $150-$160
1/2 Share: Regular season $280-$295 / Early season $115-$120 / Late season $85-$90
Work Req? No
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I've had their fresh produce before (from their time spent working on Shimmering Light Farm), and it's high quality food! Significantly better than a CSA I was a member of in 2008.