Hesperides Organica

Hesperides are nymphs who tend a blissful garden in a far western corner of the world near the Atlas mountains on a blessed island. We tend 12 (+ 88) blissful acres of black dirt in the far western corner of Orange County, New York, near Mt. Adam and Eve.

We practice organic and sustainable agriculture with the intention of minimizing the use of fossil fuels and any outside inputs. Our focus is to promote locally grown vegetables and herbs on small family farms. Soil fertility is maintained through the use of crop rotation, fallow fields, compost tea and cover crops. We grow a variety of vegetables and herbs. We offer a limited number of shares. We only grow vegetables for our CSA members. We do not sell at any farmer's markets, to any restaurants or to other farmers or any wholesale. We carefully plan each year for our members only and any extra produce is donated to local food banks and homeless shelters.

Listing last updated on Jun 4, 2014

The "black dirt" takes its name from the dark, extremely fertile soil left over from an ancient glacial lake bottom. This is some of the richest farmland in the United States and we are fortunate to be able to grow produce on this land.



Season:  June through November

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2007

# of Shares:  250

Full Share:  24 weeks: $30/week Hawthorne $32/week other locations

Work Req?  No




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Lisa, Jacob and Lauren do a great job, not only is it a CSA but a store where CSA members can purchase local products, eggs, cheese,meat, honey, baked goods, too many items to list.... [more]


I was very happy to find not only an organic farm in a CSA but a veganic one as well. Produce has been awesome!!!!

Definately will be jioning up again next season:)

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