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SECOND WIND CSA - A new Community Supported Agriculture project located at Four Winds Farm in Gardiner, NY
Four Winds Farm is a family owned and operated farm located on 24 acres in
Jay has turned the CSA portion of the farm over to
With Jay as their guide, they will continue to farm in the tradition of Four Winds, using an Organic no-till method. Since tractors are rarely used and weeding is done by hand or with hand tools, this method of farming not only leaves a very small carbon footprint, the resulting super-healthy soils produce great quality vegetables. You can taste the difference!
In addition to the CSA, the farm also raises Grass-fed Beef. Our animals are treated with kindness and respect and are fed healthy, natural diets
Community Supported Farms (also known as Community Supported Agriculture projects, or CSAs) are mutually beneficial arrangements between farmers and member families. They ensure a generous supply of fresh, high quality produce to the consumer, while also providing a reasonable income for the farmer. And by directly supporting local farms, members help keep local agriculture profitable & sustainable.
Being a member of our CSA provides you with a weekly supply of fresh, local, sustainably grown vegetables. Our shares cost $540. The shares are designed to generously accommodate the vegetable needs of two adults or a small family. The contents of the share will vary over the course of the growing season.
Members may choose between two pickup days:
Wednesdays from 4:00 - 7:00 PM at the Hudson Highlands Land Trust in Garrison
Pickups begin the first week of June and run through the last week in October.
Apple Shares from Liberty View Farm are available for $12, which gets you a lot of apples. Read more about Liberty View Farm.
Eggs from our flock of pastured hens are also available for $5 a dozen. Learn more about the benefits of eggs from pastured chickens.
During peak tomato season we will be offering free “bring your own jars” canning workshops.
By joining a CSA, you understand that:
-Your payment entitles you to a weekly share of produce
-You will share the risks and rewards of the season with the farmers and other shareholders
-Due to weather and other variables, you may receive more or less produce than you expect
-It is your responsibility to pick up your share each week during the scheduled pick up time; if you fail to pick up your share it will be discarded
-Your payment is non-refundable
Second Wind CSA
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