Carnegie Hill CSA
About Carnegie Hill CSA
2020 CSA Share Prices
Standard Vegetable Share $575
Spring Vegetable Share $320
Fall Vegetable Share $320
Half Vegetable Share $320
Standard Fruit Share $265
Half Fruit Share $135
Spring Fruit Share $109
Fall Fruit Share $171
Standard Mushroom Share $150
Spring Mushroom Share $85
Fall Mushroom Share $85
COFFEE SHARE $131
DRY BEAN SHARE $121
There is a per season $18 site fee that will help cover the cost of supplies, marketing materials, administrative costs, and other operating costs.
The 2020 CSA share delivery season dates:
June- 9 -November 17
2020 Season update: For the safety of our members we have suspended the volunteer requirement until further notice. Please do not let this keep you from joining.
Carnegie Hill CSA pickup procedures for the 2020 season:
- Shares will arrive in a box: Your share will arrive in a box, which was packed right on the farm. This minimizes handling of the vegetables and will also make pickup more efficient.
- Grab & go: Upon arriving, sign in and take your share box. That’s it! Please refrain from opening your box or unloading your vegetables.
- Take your extras: Be sure to take any marketplace items or extras that you may have ordered.
- Safety measures: Core group volunteers will wear face masks and gloves at the site. We will have hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes available and will wipe down surfaces regularly according to guidelines.
- Wear a mask & follow social distancing: We ask that members wear a face mask at the site and maintain a 6' distance between you and any other members. Please refrain from congregating at the site after pickup. No pets, please.
- Thank you for understanding and staying safe! We understand this is different from previous years and that some of this may be inconvenient, but we are watching out for your safety, and for ours.
The Carnegie Hill CSA is pleased to contribute fresh vegetables to New York Common Pantry, which operates in Harlem and the Bronx, runs a hot meal program serving free breakfasts and dinners multiple days a week. They also have a food pantry that distributes groceries to families in need. They work to reduce hunger and food insecurity while promoting dignity and self-sufficiency. Last year, they served nearly 72,000 meals through their soup kitchen and brown bag program and provided more than 8,300 households with 2.6 million meals through their pantry.
Additionally, we are grateful to our site host, the Church of the Heavenly Rest, and gladly provide the Church’s employees with complimentary shares of fresh vegetables.