Red Oak Farm of Stuyvesant

We are a small, NOFA-NY certified organic farm that grows a wide variety of vegetables and small fruit. We have a CSA with pick-ups at the farm in Stuyvesant, as well as in Hudson and Albany. We also sell at two local farmer's markets, in Hudson (Sat 9-1 in the DMV lot at the corner of 6th and Columbia) and Albany (Tuesdays 4-7 in the St. James Church parking lot at the corner of Delaware and St. James). We also specialize in organic herbs, both culinary and medicinal.

Listing last updated on Feb 16, 2014

Unlike most CSA programs we offer our members the opportunity to choose the contents of their share each week. A member receives an e-mail outlining what is available and they select six to seven items for their share that week.

Season:  May through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2004

# of Shares:  45

Full Share:  $490/ (25 wk. regular season); $115.00 (6-week extended season)

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Hudson Farmers' Market
6th and Columbia Street
9am - 1pm
early May through Thanksgiving
Rain or Shine

Albany (St. James) Farmer's Market
St. James Church Parking Lot
Corner of Delaware Ave. and St. James Ave.
mid-June through early November
4 - 7PM
Rain or Shine

We seasonally sell greens, root vegetables and eggs to the Hawthorne Valley Farm Store in Harlemville, NY, especially in the winter and early spring.

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In the past I have been involved in CSAs where I just pick up a random box of good delivered to the back of a building. I not only feel more hands on about receiving the delivery but also being able to select what I want for the week is priceless.... [more]

Failed to deliver 4 out of 5 weeks of my winter share, refused to give me a refund. Horrible communication. No customer service. Thieves, absolute theives.

This is the start of our third year with Red Oak. The last two have been great and if this weeks selection and quality are an indication of the upcoming season Taylor is going to make us happier than before.... [more]

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