CSA MEMBER ONLINE MARKETPLACE
Online Marketplace for CSA Members. Stoneledge Farm online CSA Marketplace features a variety of products to supplement CSA member shares. Purchased individually on a weekly basis, varieties of coffee, honey, maple syrup,, mushrooms, dry beans , local seasonal fruits, Stoneledge Farm organic vegetables and much more are available. CSA members log into your member account to order. Orders are then delivered with the CSA share. Please note: Orders must be received by 12 pm the Friday before your CSA delivery. Any orders placed after this deadline will be delivered the following week.
Not a member and interested in joining CSA near your neighborhood? Please go to our new member registration below.
ON FARM STORE
Open to the public, the Stoneledge Farm Store is located at the farm, 145 Garcia Lane, Leeds, NY and is open spring through Columbus Day Weekend.
Hours are Saturday and Sunday 9-4. Stop by the farm and purchase our Certified Organic produce, local fruit and mushrooms, a variety of local and regional products.
More information about Stoneledge Farm marketplace and on farm store products can be found below. Available fruit and vegetable varieties will change weekly with the season.
Our neighbors, Limekiln Farm also own and operate a 600 year old olive oil mill situated amid rows of cypress trees and olive groves in the Upper Tiber Valley (Valtiberina) in the Tuscan region of Italy. Perfected by 600 Years of Tradition The journey of this oil begins at Frantoio Ravagni.
" The olives we use come from the surrounding farms that dot the mill. Each one is harvested by hand in autumn and beginning of winter then pressed according to the oldest known olive oil pressing process—using two large revolving grindstones that turns the fruit into pulp thereafter laid into cakes on rattan mats that are then mechanically pressed without the use of any heat or chemicals.
The result is a very fragrant oil with greenish gold colour and strong olive overtones.
This tradition has been ongoing for over six centuries and now being continued by the Bartolomei Family who has been running it since the second half of the 18th century."
For more information about the mill, www.Ravagni.com