Our Hazon CSA is partnered with Free Bird Farm in Palatine Bridge, NY. Deadline for registration is June 10, 2014.
VEGETABLE SHARE (mandatory): Certified Organic, locally grown, seasonal vegetables from Free Bird Farm. Full share for 22 week - $510, half share for 22 weeks - $285
EGG SHARE (optional): Eggs are pasture-raised at Free Bird Farm (hens roam freely), but are not certified organic. Full Share (1 dozen/week) $95; Half Share (a half dozen/week) is $55.
FRUIT SHARE(optional): Stone fruit comes from a local orchard that limits what and how much they spray on their trees as well as taking preventative measures such as IPM but it is not certified organic. Berries are not certified organic, but they come from two very small family operations that follow organic growing practices. $160 per share (22 weeks).
NEW THIS YEAR! BUTTER SHARE (optional): bi-weekly (11 times) delivery of sweet cream butter that's slow-churned for a rich European-style result. Each delivery is an 8 ounce tub of butter. $55 for the season.
Weekly distribution pick-up at the JCC on Tuesdays, from 6/10- 11/4/ 14 from 3:00-7:00pm (late pickup possible). Call 201-408-1418 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Community Supported Agriculture! Contact Ruth Yung at 201.408.1418 for additional information.
Season: January through January
Type: 3rd party CSA service
# of Shares: 100
Full Share: $510/year for 22 weeks of delivery.
1/2 Share: $285/ year for 22 weeks of delivery
Work Req? Yes: 4
We joined Hazon CSA at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades last year for the first time. What we received every week was more than we imagined! Totally worth it! Every thing is fresh and you can really taste the difference.... [more]
I agree with all the reviews I have read so far. This is my third year as a CSA member. We had the occasion to meet the farmer himself and I was impressed with his dedication and intelligence.... [more]
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Everything is incredibly fresh and lasts in your fridge forever. (I never realized how long supermarket produce must spend in transit before it gets to the store until i saw how long the salad greens from the farm lasted.... [more]
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- onions - recipe
- peas - recipe
- potatoes - recipe
- pumpkins - recipe
- radishes - recipe
- salad greens - recipe
- salad mix - recipe
- shallots - recipe
- spinach - recipe
- swiss chard - recipe
- tomatoes - recipe
- turnips - recipe
- winter-squash - recipe
- zucchini - recipe