Winter shares will be available soon! The winter share is comprised of four monthly deliveries (from November through February) of fresh greens and stored root vegetables from Windflower Farm, fruit (apples and pears) from Borden Farm, a sweet treat of some kind (honey, cider, jam, etc.) each month from a local producer and optional eggs and maple products from the Davis family. Stay tuned!
Pick up dates for the 2018 season are Thursday, June 7th to Thursday, November 1st from 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Our distributions take place at PS 9 at 80 Underhill Ave. Remember to bring bags to haul your goodies home!
HALF SHARE DATES
Half share members will get assigned to alternating A weeks or B weeks so that we can evenly split the shares. That means you will pick up every other week. You'll get your week assignments before the beginning of the season.
CAN I SWITCH WEEKS?
Once the season is underway, you can switch the occasional week by communicating with other members on our Facebook page.
Our Facebook page is great place to stay up to date with the CSA’s recent news. There, you can get updates on upcoming pickups, and communicate with other members about switching pickup weeks, swapping workshifts, or other community questions.
Prospect Heights Community Supported Agriculture is a community collaboration that connects a group of Brooklynites hungry for sustainably grown foods with Windflower Farm, a small organic (NOFA/CNG) farm located in upstate New York.
As CSA members, we share the risk and the bounty with the farmer by paying him in advance of the growing season. In exchange, for 22 weeks of the year we receive fresh vegetables, fruit, flowers, free-range eggs, and more, delivered straight from the farm to the heart of our neighborhood. We were founded in 2006 with support from Just Food.
In the spirit of sharing the bounty, we have created a sliding payment scale so that everyone in our neighborhood can participate in the CSA. Those of us who are financially better off contribute a little more so that access to fresh food can be more than just the privilege of a select few.