Posted (Lori) in News
WEEK #14
Dear CSA Member
We are harvesting all of the summer time crops, cleaning the fields and you will have nice ripe tomatoes, peppers and eggplant again this week.   The summer time crops will soon come to an end.  Enjoy them while they last.
September 12 is the annual Fall Farm Festival from 11:30-3.  If you are using GPS please use 145 Garcia Lane, Leeds, NY 12451.  There are also directions on the farm website, “Contact Us” tab.  Use the Physical Address  Come and meet your farmers, walk the fields where your vegetables are grown.  At 12 we will gather for lunch.  The farm will provide pulled pork with rolls and also a vegetarian stew, roast corn, portobello mushrooms, fresh fruit and coffee.  We ask members to bring a dish to share to help round out the lunch offerings and their own place setting.
There will be wagon rides, walks around the farm, pick a bouquet of flowers and help dig potatoes to take home.   If you would like to take flowers home, please bring your own scissors and something that will keep the flowers until you get home.  Wet paper towels or newspapers in a plastic bag will usually do the trick.  No pets, please.
If you are traveling from NYC you might be interested in the bus that Chelsea CSA is sponsoring:
Bus Info:
The Chelsea CSA is chartering a bus from NYC to the farm and back for the Fall Farm Festival on Saturday 9/12. Bus tickets are $5 per person and will help defray the cost of the bus rental.
Tickets can be purchased here:
Transportation will leave from the Hudson Guild Elliott Center (441 West 26 St) at 8:30 am SHARP! Please arrive NO LATER THAN 8:15 am, or you will miss the bus. We will begin boarding at 8 am in front of the Center. Plan to arrive back in the city around 6 pm. Kids are welcome. Tickets are first-come first-served and are non-refundable.
Questions about the trip should be directed at Day of contact is Laura,  908-866-1272.
Other local farms and businesses that will be attending:
Heather Ridge Farm will have pastured meat and poultry for sale along with fiber items, socks from their own flock of Dorset & Icelandic sheep and llama wool, beeswax candles . All meat is frozen, please bring a cooler if you would like to purchase meat or poultry. To view all of their products go to their website.  If you are interested in placing a larger meat order, please contact Heather Ridge at  Eat local.  Stock up on meat and poultry by ordering from Heather Ridge Farm and pick up your order at the farm visit.
Banana Moon Bakery with their delicious baked treats will have cookies and pie for sale.
Our local  Beekeeper James McManus will have the observation hive and also honey for sale.
Stoneledge Farm Marketplace items will be available as well during the Farm Visit.
Hope to see you at the Fall Farm Festival this upcoming Saturday.  If you have any questions please send an e-mail to the farm and we will be back in touch.
Enjoy the harvest.
Deborah for everyone at Stoneledge Farm
Sunkist Heirloom Yellow Tomatoes-3  The Sunkist have been exceptional this season.
White Clara Bell Eggplant-1
Sweet Peppers-4 There are some smaller colorful peppers that will be mixed in.  The small sweet peppers are the Heirloom varieties.  Smaller but very sweet.
Broccoli-4 heads Another crop that is doing very well.
Potatoes-2 pounds
Collards-1 bunch
Parsley-1 bunch
Cocktail Tomatoes- 1 basket
Jalapeños-4  They are hot!
Fruit Share
1 bag
1 bag
Ozark Plums and Long John Italian Plums
both grown by Klein’s Kill Orchard
Mushroom Share
grown by Bulich Mushroom Company

Stoneledge Farm LLC
359 Ross Ruland Road
South Cairo, NY  12482

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