Quincy Farm

Quincy Farm is a small sustainable vegetable farm in Easton, New York, halfway between Albany and Saratoga Springs. We use natural practices to grow the highest-quality, most delicious vegetables for farmer's markets and CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). We distribute our CSA shares in Ballston Spa, Malta, and Glens Falls, and you can find our veggies at farmers' markets in those three communities plus Saratoga Springs and Schenectady! From arugula to zucchini, we choose varieties that offer outstanding flavor and quality, and manage our fields and harvest to maximize that potential. We take our role as stewards of the land seriously, and NEVER use harmful synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, etc. The farm encompasses 50 acres alongside the Hudson, balanced between hayfields, cover-crops, wetland and wildlife habitat and--of course!--veggies.

Quincy Farm is run by Luke Deikis and Cara Fraver, first-generation farmers proud to carry on the tradition of viable family-scale farming in Washington County. Check us out on Facebook or visit the webpage to learn more. We're looking forward to being your farmers!

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Listing last updated on Jan 15, 2014

2013 CSA shares are still available in Ballston Spa, Malta, and Glens Falls !

Visit our webpage for more info, to download a sign-up form, or to join online.

In the meantime, find us at market in Glens Falls, Schenectady, and Saratoga Springs!



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  75

Full Share:  $495/year

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Glens Falls, Saturdays, 8am-noon year round
Saratoga Springs, Saturdays, 9am-1pm year round
Schenectady, Sundays, 10am-2pm year round
Malta, Tuesdays, 3pm-6pm June-October



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There's something to be said for knowing where your food comes from - after all, it does become part of you! I first saw Quincy Farm's stand at Glens Falls with arugula, spring mix, tomatoes, parsnips, peppers, head lettuce and much, much more.... [more]


We often visit family in Washington County and get to "sample the wares" from Quincy Farm. These folks grow greens I have never heard of and send out an e-newsletter that is great reading and really gives you an appreciation for the work it takes for young people to get an organic farm up and running.... [more]


I bought vegetables from Luke and Cara at Quincy Farm all summer at the market. They ALWAYS had the best quality, with obvious pride and care in their product.... [more]

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