May 3, 2015
It is time to sign-up for CSA membership for the 2015 summer season. We will begin the season in late May or early June as the weather cooperates. Pickups are each Thursday on the farm from 2pm to 6pm for 20 weeks. A share costs $650 (payable by start of season). To reserve your spot send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Then download the application here CSA Application 2015
Renew your membership by mailing in the application and check or completing the credit card information on the application.
As in the past we are only officially offering full shares. Folks wishing to purchase a half share are welcome to work out those arrangements on their own. In order for that to work and not be a headache for the farm however we ask that you communicate closely with your other half partner in order to insure that the proper amount of produce is picked up. We have found that a good arrangement for half shares is for alternate weekly pickups. You get a full share on alternating weeks from your partner for 10 weeks. If that works for you, it works great for us. If you would like some more information email us or fill in the form below:
May 3, 2015
Charlotte had her piglets two days ago. Here are some pictures from when they were just a few hours old. The piglets from the fall are already 6 months old.
April 20, 2015
Seedlings have emerged and are growing well inside the greenhouses. Outside we have to be careful still but have begun to plant the vegetables that don’t mind the cool nights.
December 4, 2014
The Christmas Shop is open beginning December 4th 2014. Come by and purchase a hand made wreath or a Christmas tree (cut last week in November from a local NY farm). We sell quality trees and wreaths as a fundraiser to support our CSA farm and farm education programs.
The wreaths are individually made in a variety of sizes from a mix of local greens (aromatic fir, pine, and cedar). Our wreaths come in three sizes (approximate diameter measurement) 24″, 30″, and 36″.
Our trees includes Balsum or Douglas fir. The trees were cut last week from a local farm outside of Binghamton, New York.
September 3, 2014
ATTENTION CSA MEMBERS!
Due to an email program glitch we cannot send out the weekly harvest notes for week 15 – Thursday September 4, 2014. I have included some information in this post. We are still receiving emails so do contact us if you cannot pickup your share this week. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Harvest Items for Week 15 to include:
Arugula, Basil, Cantaloupe, Cherry Tomato, Cucumber, Eggplant, Garlic, Hot Peppers, Kale, Lettuce, Mizuna, Onion, Parsley, Scallions, String Beans, Summer Squash, Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes, Watermelon
We have 19 items for this week’s harvest. Last week, a share of the harvest weighed about 20 pounds.
Enjoy your harvest!
July 17, 2014
This week we harvested our garlic. First we removed the ground fabric by lifting over the garlic plants. Then we dug around the plants to loosen the soil. We pulled out the plants, loaded them and got them indoors before the rain. After all the garlic was harvested we hung the garlic to dry under fans.
Pulling ground cover off of garlic plants
Setting garlic to dry
May 27, 2014
If you are a confirmed member, you should have already received an email from us detailing the start of the Share season for 2014. If you have not, please send your email to email@example.com so I can get the correct email in the system.
If you are still interested in joining – it is not too late! Call or email ASAP for more information. (845-548-6117)
April 10, 2014
This Saturday April 12, 2014 is our spring Farm Breakfast Fundraiser and Open House for CSA signups. Come visit us at the farm to find out about our CSA membership. There are still shares available. If you want, stay for our Pancake Breakfast, open to the public 8:30am to 11:30am.
Adults $10 (members $5)
Children under 12 $6 (members $3)
The farmers will be on hand to answer questions and give farm tours. Follow the directions to the farm and then follow the signs to the Nunemaker building once inside the camp. Hope to see you there.
April 1, 2014
So hard to believe it is spring. We still have snow and on warm days mixed with mud. The snow melt and the rain in the past few days has made it hard to prep the fields so work in the gardens will have to wait a bit longer. We have been working in the greenhouses where it is warm and on sunny days 85 degrees! All of our first plantings have sprouted and are growing nicely (with heaters and under extra protection on cold nights).
March 7, 2014
We spotted some Robins at the farm the other day and they seemed to be as confused as I was about why we still had so much snow and little signs of spring! But the season needs to start so we are digging out equipment from the snow and setting up a germination tent inside the greenhouse to ensure the cold temperatures at night don’t ruin the seedling progress. The days are getting longer and warmer (slightly) but the nights are still cold. Hang on spring will arrive eventually.