Dec
14
    
Posted (Lori) in News

FAQs

What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture is a relationship of support and commitment between a farm and a community. CSA members purchase shares of the farm’s entire growing season before the harvest begins. They then receive a share of the harvest throughout the season, grown and delivered by a farm they know and trust to a site in their neighborhood.

Payments from members enable the farm to cover yearly costs, almost all of which are incurred before the crops are ready for harvest. Because the farmers know that their crop is sold, they can concentrate on farming the best way they can rather than on marketing, sales, and accounting.

What is Stoneledge Farm?

Stoneledge Farm is a USDA-certified organic farm in South Cairo, NY about two hours north of the city. We’ve been working with farmers Deborah and Pete Kavakos for over 20 years; their son Peter and his wife Candice are now in the process of taking over. The Kavakoses grow more than 50 different crops and deliver to over 20 sites in New York City, Westchester, and Connecticut. To learn more about the farm, visit their website

www.stoneledge.farm

What is Yorkville CSA?

Yorkville CSA is a group of about 150 families and individuals that purchase shares in Stoneledge Farm; we’ve been doing it since 1998. Our group is 100% volunteer-run; no one is paid, though some of us receive all or part of shares for free.

The Stoneledge truck delivers vegetables to our site; volunteers help unload and arrange the vegetables on tables. We post signs that list what’s in the share and members pack their own shares.

We’re a laid-back group and there are not a lot of regulations. We generally follow the Golden Rule: Do unto other people’s vegetables as you would have them do unto yours. If you come at the right time, avoid squeezing the tomatoes, and keep your dogs away from the food, you’ll be fine. There are always experienced volunteers around to help and answer questions.

How much does it cost?

VEGETABLE SHARES come in three versions:

Full shares: $550 for 24 weeks ($535 if you buy before January 1)

Half shares: $305 for 24 weeks ($297.50 until January 1). The farm sends only half shares. At the beginning of each session, our volunteers split up a limited number of full shares so that members can pick up half. We sell out of half shares very quickly; we have been sold out since the day we opened registration to new members. Many members buy shares with friends and split it themselves each week; we provide a place to leave half the share for the second member of a split share to pick up a bag that’s been packed by the first member.

Alternate week shares: $285 for 12 deliveries ($277.50 until January 1). Alternate weekers pick up full shares every other week. We’ll assign you to “odd” or “even” weeks.

Once you purchase a vegetable share, you can add optional shares:

FRUIT SHARES: 20 weeks of fruit—local, low-spray BUT NOT ORGANIC: $245

MUSHROOM SHARES: 24 weeks, mushrooms from a local farm: $130

COFFEE SHARES: 6 deliveries of fair-trade coffee, from Central America; $126

Where do we pick up?

Church of the Epiphany, corner of 74th and York; we set up outside the church garden on the 74th Street side. On rare occasions, we move to the York Avenue side and if it rains we go inside, in the church vestibule on 74th.  We’re not part of the church; they generously allow us to use their facility and store our supplies in their courtyard.

When do we pick up?

Official time is Tuesday, 4-7 pm. Our volunteers arrive at around 2:30 to set up tables, post signs, etc. The truck arrives at around 3 and we unload and organize the tables. We’re almost always ready by 3:30, sometimes earlier, and we’re happy to allow people to pick up as soon as the food is on the table—we use the 4 pm starting time in case the truck is delayed by traffic. There have been only a few occasions when we have not been ready by 4 pm, always caused by major traffic tie-ups.

The 7 pm closing time is strict; the church has to be locked by 7:15 and we have to get the site broken down by then. We do try to pack some extra shares for latecomers so that they can pick up until we leave.

When is the first week?

The first delivery is scheduled for June 5. A few weeks before the first delivery, we’ll email you and ask you to confirm that you know the opening date; if you don’t respond to the email, we’ll call you.

The season runs for 24 weeks and ends on November 13, the week before Thanksgiving.

Are we required to help run the site?

No volunteering is required; we have a group of amazing volunteers, most of them grad students from Rockefeller, Cornell-Weil, and Sloan-Kettering. They’re smart, experienced, dedicated, and truly nice. They run the site so well that I usually feel superfluous. But if you want to volunteer—some of it is a lot of fun—there is always work to do. Let me know and we’ll set it up. There are also volunteer activities outside the site—writing recipe sheets, setting up farm trips and potlucks, informing members of the start date. If you want to be involved, we can use whatever time you can give us.

We do ask each member to contribute one or more recipes. A few of us have been compiling recipes sheets each week, but they’re getting old and we’re repeating ourselves. With 150 members, there are probably lots of great ideas out there. So even though I have no clue how to enforce it, we make a recipe contribution part of the deal.

What’s in a share?

There are usually 8-10 items in the share every week. We eat with the seasons; we don’t get tomatoes in June or broccoli in August, but the tomatoes of August and the broccoli of October are delicious. The farm website has a list of the crops they grow. Our website has lists of what was in the share each week in 2017; you’ll find it here:.

How do we communicate?

We keep communication to a minimum, usually one email per month in the off-season, one per week during delivery season. Our weekly email during the season includes lists of what’s in the share, recipes and tips. We try to include some community information and news from members as well.

You will have phone numbers to call if you really need to, including a phone number for the farm. Remember, everyone in the city is a volunteer; and everyone at the farm is really busy.

When do we find out what’s in the share each week?

Our vegetables are harvested very close to the time they’re delivered. Even the farmers don’t know exactly what they’ll be picking until they pick it. Sometimes, a vegetable spurts up at the last minute; sometimes it slows down. We know it’s hard to plan without knowing what we’ll be getting though, so we try. On Sunday night or Monday morning, the farmers send a list to the site coordinators and we send them to members—but things still change. Sometimes an item will be taken off the list. More often, something is added.

What if I can’t make it one week? Can I send someone to take my share for me? Can I pick up extra the following week?

You can send anyone to pick up your share. Our security system is simple: if someone asks for your share and gives us your name, we let him/her have it. We’ve never had a problem. We’ll give you an info sheet for surrogate picker-uppers.

But no, we can’t promise to hold your share and you definitely can’t pick up extra the following week. Shares that are not picked up are donated to the church’s meal program or to a food pantry. Volunteers are allowed to take a bit extra. The farm can’t replace food that has already been sent and we can’t hold it. That said, on weeks when I’m at the site (I’m sometimes out of town), I usually take home an extra vegetable share; the first person who asks for it, gets it. And if you let me know by 3 pm, if I’m around, I will leave your share with my doorman for pickup later in the evening or the next morning—on a best-effort basis, no promises.

What if I don’t like or am allergic to something in the share? Can I take more of something else?

We do have a swap box; you can leave something you don’t want in the swap box and take something that someone else has left. But you can’t count on finding what you want. In some cases, you will just get one item less or take it for a friend. If you can’t use many of the vegetables that we get, this probably isn’t a good idea for you.

I can’t pick up my share until right before closing time. Will I get the dregs?

We don’t put all the vegetables out at the beginning of the evening; we keep some covered and replenish every half hour or so, so there is fresh stuff right up to the end. We do occasionally run out of an item. There’s usually extra of something else that’s acceptable as a replacement; if not, we replace with that item or something of equal value the next week.

But please remember: we are strict about closing time. If you arrive at 6:59:59, you’ll get your share—but you have to pick it very quickly or take a pre-packed bag. If you get there at 7:01, all bets are off. We have to lock the church by 7:15 at the latest and it takes time to break down in a way that lets us open properly the next week.

What are “CSA extras?”

We can order additional products in two ways:

Stoneledge Farm Marketplace offers local honey and maple syrup, fair trade coffee, cooking oils, mushrooms, and bulk produce when available. Order by Friday of each week for delivery the following Tuesday. For more information:

www.stoneledge.farm (click on Marketplace; ordering will begin right before the first delivery)

Lewis Waite Farms: We can also order meat, dairy, grains, and other sustainably-raised products from a consortium of local farms. The products are delivered every second week to the site; you place your order the previous week.  For more info

www.csalewiswaitefarm.com

How many people does a full share feed?

That’s a very tricky question; it depends how hungry you are. I’m single and take a full share. I usually finish it before the weekend—but I cook for other people and I freeze/preserve some. There are families of five that take a half share and say they have too much.

How many members are in the group?

We sell about 100 full shares; some of these are divided into half shares, split shares, and alternate-week shares. There are about 150 separate families and individuals on our roster. We usually sell out months before the season starts and could sell many more shares-–we’re limited by space in the truck.

What if bad weather or another disaster makes it impossible to deliver or harms the crop?

We all sign up with the knowledge that we are accepting the ups and downs of nature, along with the farmer. When nature cooperates (which is usually the case) crops are bountiful. Sometimes, bad weather harms a crop, but there are plenty of others that make up for it. On balance, most of us feel that we get a great deal—over 60% of our members return each year (many do not return because they leave the neighborhood). Over the past twenty years, there were two weeks when the farm could not deliver (once on 9/11/2001 and once right after Hurricane Sandy) and we lost several weeks of deliveries during Hurricane Irene. It’s important for members to know and understand this—even though the vast majority of the time, we get beautiful, delicious shares every week.

How do I sign up? Do I have to pay for it all at once?

Just go to the farm website and click on the “new members” button. You will be given prompts to set up an account and then to purchase shares. Once you’ve purchased a vegetable share, you will be able to add fruit, mushroom, and/or coffee shares—you can’t buy the extra shares without first buying a vegetable share. You can pay by credit, either all at once or in three installments. Or, you can click “pay by check” and mail a check to the farm.

By the way–I’m Lori Stein. I’ve been volunteer site coordinator for the past five years; I was also site coordinator for the first five years when we started. I hope to meet you on June 5.

Lori


 
Dec
14
    
Posted (Lori) in News
1. Finish and post share lists
2. Finish and post FAQs
3. Write to Candice
4. Finish contact list
5. Write contact letter
WEEK 1
1 Head- Mirlo Butter Crunch Lettuce
1 Head- Panisse Oak Leaf Lettuce
2 Heads- Boc Choi
1 Bunch- Rhubarb
1 Head- Red Tide Lettuce
1 Head- Chinese Cabbage
1 Bunch- Cherriette Radishes
1 Head- Tropicana Lettuce
1 Green Genovese Basil Transplant.  (You can eat now)
Optional Shares:
Mushrooms- Crimini
WEEK 2
1 Head- Romaine Lettuce
1 Head- Green Butter Crunch Lettuce
1 Bunch- Arugula
1 Bunch- Mizuna
1 Head- Red Butter Crunch Lettuce
1 Head- Tropicana Lettuce
1 Bunch-Radish
1 Bunch- Spinach
1 Rosemany Transplant
Optional Shares:
Mushrooms- Oyster
WEEK 3
1 Head- Romaine Lettuce
1 Head- Red Leaf Lettuce
1 Bunch- Purple Kohlrabi
4- Garlic Scapes
1 Head- Green Leaf Lettuce
1 Bunch- Mustard Greens
1 Bunch- Arugula
1 Bunch- Swiss Chard
1 Bunch- Purslane
1 Basket-Sugar Snap Peas
1 Head- Romaine Lettuce
1 Head- Red Leaf Lettuce
1 Bunch- Purple Kohlrabi
4- Garlic Scapes
1 Head- Green Leaf Lettuce
1 Bunch- Mustard Greens
1 Bunch- Arugula
1 Bunch- Swiss Chard
1 Bunch- Purslane
Optional Shares:
Mushrooms- White Button
WEEK 4
4 Garlic Scapes
1 Head Red Oak Leaf Lettuce
1 Bunch Mustard Greens
1 Head Red Buttercrunch Lettuce
1 Bunch Green Swiss Chard
1 Bunch Green Kohlrabi
1 Bunch Mizuna
1 Bunch Red Ace Beets
1 Basket Sugar Snap Peas
1 Head Frisee
1 Bunch Lacinato Kale (AKA Dinosaur Kale)
WEEK 5
1 Bunch- Red Ace Beets
Purple Top White Globe Turnips
1 Head- Red Butter Head Lettuce
1 Head- Red Oak Lettuce
7- Garlic Scapes
1 Bunch- White Scallions
1 Head- Frissee
1 Head- Napa Cabbage
1 Bunch- Summer Savory (herb)
Mixed Summer Squash (quantity to come)
Optional shares
MUSHROOM SHARE: Portobellos
FRUIT SHARE: 1 Basket- White Sweet Cherries
-1 Basket- Red Sweet Cherries
-1 Basket- Strawberries
WEEK 6
Cucumber
1 bunch-Mint
Eggplant
1 bunch-Red Scallions
Fennel
1 bunch- Swiss Chard
1 head- Escarole
1 head- Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (Heirloom)  Specialty Arrow Shared Cabbage
Summer Squash
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: White Button
Fruit Share:
1 basket- Red Sweet Cherries
1 basket- Blueberries
WEEK 7
Summer Squash
Eggplant
1 head- Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (Heirloom)  Specialty Arrow Shared Cabbage
1- Head Red Oak Leaf Lettuce
1- Head Green Oak Leaf Lettuce
1- Bunch White Scallions
1- Bunch Thyme
Cucumbers
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Portobello
Fruit Share: 1- Basket Red Sweet Cherries; 1-Blueberries
WEEK 8
Summer Squash
Eggplant
1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes
1 bunch-Basil
1 bunch- Spinach
Lettuce
1 bunch- Red Ace Beets
Cucumbers
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share:  OYSTERS
Fruit Share: Grown by Klein’s Kill Fruit Farm
1 basket -Yellow Shiro Plums
1 bag- White Nectarines
1 bag- Yellow Peaches
WEEK 9
1 bunch- Celery
Cucumber
Sweet Pepper
Tomatoes
Eggplant
1 bunch- White Onions
1 bunch- Amethyst Basil
Lettuce
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share: Shiitake
Fruit Share:
1- Bag Shiro Plums
1- Bag Peaches
1- Bag Nectarines
WEEK 10
1 bunch- Red Onion
1 bunch- Rosemary
1- Black Bell Eggplant
3- Fennel
2- Sunkist Slicing Tomatoes
1 basket- Sungold Cherry Tomatoes
4- Sweet Bell Peppers
1 bunch-Starbor Kale
3- Plum Tomatoes
1 LB. – Green Beans
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share: Oyster
Fruit Share:
1- Bag Yellow Peaches
1- Bag Donut Peaches
WEEK 11
2- Sunkist Tomatoes
1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes
1 bunch- Celery
1 bunch- Parsley
2-Sweet Peppers
1 buch- Leeks
2 lbs. Potatoes
1 bunch- Rainbow Carrots
1 head- Broccoli
1 bunch- Green Basil
2- Red Slicing Tomatoes
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share”Crimini
Fruit Share:
1 Bag- Donut Peaches
1 Bag- Yellow Peaches
WEEK 12
4 – Plum Tomatoes
1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes
1 bunch- Cilantro
Sweet Peppers
Eggplant
2- Garlic
1 bunch- Lacinato Kale
1 Lb. – Tomatillos
2- Jalapeño Pepper (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)
1- Fennel
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share: Portobello
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Yellow Nectarines
1 bag- Peaches
WEEK 13
2 Sunkist Tomatoes
2 Hot Peppers (EXTREMELY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)
2 Sweet Bell Peppers
1 White Bell Eggplant
1 bunch Swiss Chard
1 bunch Edamame Beans
1 bunch Gold Beets (Use the Greens!)
2 Red Onions
1 bunch Cilantro
2 Red Slicing Tomatoes
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share: Jumbo Shiitake
Fruit Share:
1 bag White Donut Peaches
1 bag Green Clapp Pears
WEEK 14
1 lb.- Green Beans
1 bunch- Dill
2 lbs.- Potaotes
2 – Red Onions
15  Tomatillos
1 – White Eggplant
2- Sweet Bell Peppers
1 bunch- Collard Greens
2 – Serrano Peppers (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)
3- Sunkist Tomatoes
1- Red Slicing Tomato
Optional Shares:
Mushroom Share: Portobello
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Long John Plums
1 bag- Zestar Apples
WEEK 15
1 head  Celery
1 bunch  Vermont Cranberry Beans (Heirloom Variety)
1 bunch Carrots
2 Shallots
1 bunch Red Russian Kale
1 bunch Red Ace Beets
Sweet Peppers
Tomatoes
Hot Peppers
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Crimini
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Gala Apples
1 bag- Bartlett Pears
WEEK 16
Butternut Winter Squash- 1
1 bunch- Spinach
1 bunch- Leeks
1 Lb.- Purple Carrots
1 bunch- Mint
2 lbs.- White Potatoes
1- Celeriac
2-Ancho Peppers (Mild Hot Pepper)
1 head- Romanesco Cauliflower
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Oyster
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Prune Plums
1 bag- Fuji Apples
WEEK 17
Broccoli
1 bunch- Lacinato Kale
2- Jalapeño Peppers (VERY HOT use with CAUTION)
1 bunch- Swiss Chard
1 bunch- Chioggia Beets
1 bunch- Scallions
1 bunch- Specialty Radish
1 bunch- Sage
Will Send Update
Optional Shares this week
Mushroom Share
White Button
Fruit Share: (Grown by Tousey Farm & Fix Brother Orchard)
1 basket- of Concord Grapes
1 bag – Seckel Pears & Cortland Apples
WEEK 18
2- Broccoli
1 bunch- Bella Luna White Turnips
1 lb. – Carrots
1 bunch- Collard Greens
2- White Onions
1 bunch- Mizuna
1 bunch- Red Mustard
1 bunch- French Breakfast Radishes
2- Jalapeño Hot Peppers (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)
1 bunch- Arugula
Optional shares
Mushroom Share: Shiitake
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Empire Apples and Bartlett Pears
WEEK 19
1-Celeriac
2- Sweet Potatoes
1 bunch- Curly Kale
1 bunch- Red Ace Beets
4 – Shallots
1 bunch- Cherry Radishes
1 bunch- Arugula
1 bunch- Mizuna
1 bunch- Mustard Greens
1 – Butternut Winter Squash
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share:  Crimini
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Anjou Pears and Golden Delicious Apples
WEEK 20
2lbs. – Potaotes
1 lb. – Carrots
1 head – Cauliflower
1 bunch – Bella Luna White Turnips
2 – Garlic
1 bunch – Lacinato Kale
1 head – Bok Choy
1 bunch – Radishes
2 – Ancho Peppers (Mildly Hot)
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Portobello
Fruit Share:
1 bag – Bosc Pears & Mutsu Apples
WEEK 21
4- Shallots
2- Garlic
Sweet Potatoes
1lb.- Carrots
1 bunch- Lacinato Kale
1 head- Lettuce
1 bunch- Arugula
1 bunch- Mustard Greens
1 bunch- Radishes
1 bunch- Mizuna
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: White Button
Fruit Share:
1 bag – Winesap Stayman Apples & Bosc Pears
WEEK 22
Kohlrabi
1 bunch- Red Russian Kale
1 bunch- Collard Greens
2 lbs. – Potatoes
1- Diakon Radish
1 lb. – Carrots
4- Shallots
2- Pop Corn
2- Onions
Beets
Winter Squash
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Shiitake
Fruit Share:
1- Bag Jonagold Apples and Bosc Pears
WEEK 23
1- Celeriac
Lettuce
1 bunch- Italian Parsley
2- White Onions
2 Lbs- Potatoes
1 Lb.- Carrots
1 bunch- Lacinato Kale
Purple Globe Turnips
1 stalk- Brussels Sprouts
1 head- Cabbage
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: White Button
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Evercrisp Apples & Bosc Pears
WEEK 24
1-Celeriac
4 – Garlic
1 stalk – Brussels Sprouts
1 bunch – Sage
2 – Onions
2 lbs. – Potatoes
1 lb. – Carrots
1 bunch- Kale
2-Pop Corn
1 bunch- Collard Greens
1- Delicata Winter Squash
Optional Shares
Mushroom Share: Shiitake
Fruit Share:
1 bag- Fuji, G1. Finish and post share lists

Here are lists of what we received each week in the 2017 season. These lists are the ones sent by the farmers a few days before delivery; there were sometimes slight changes. In a few cases, items were dropped from the list, but on most weeks, something was added.

WEEK 1

1 Head- Mirlo Butter Crunch Lettuce

1 Head- Panisse Oak Leaf Lettuce

2 Heads- Boc Choi

1 Bunch- Rhubarb

1 Head- Red Tide Lettuce

1 Head- Chinese Cabbage

1 Bunch- Cherriette Radishes

1 Head- Tropicana Lettuce

1 Green Genovese Basil Transplant.  (You can eat now)

Optional Shares:

Mushrooms- Crimini

WEEK 2

1 Head- Romaine Lettuce

1 Head- Green Butter Crunch Lettuce

1 Bunch- Arugula

1 Bunch- Mizuna

1 Head- Red Butter Crunch Lettuce

1 Head- Tropicana Lettuce

1 Bunch-Radish

1 Bunch- Spinach

1 Rosemany Transplant

Optional Shares:

Mushrooms- Oyster

WEEK 3

1 Head- Romaine Lettuce

1 Head- Red Leaf Lettuce

1 Bunch- Purple Kohlrabi

4- Garlic Scapes

1 Head- Green Leaf Lettuce

1 Bunch- Mustard Greens

1 Bunch- Arugula

1 Bunch- Swiss Chard

1 Bunch- Purslane

1 Basket-Sugar Snap Peas

1 Head- Romaine Lettuce

1 Head- Red Leaf Lettuce

1 Bunch- Purple Kohlrabi

4- Garlic Scapes

1 Head- Green Leaf Lettuce

1 Bunch- Mustard Greens

1 Bunch- Arugula

1 Bunch- Swiss Chard

1 Bunch- Purslane

Optional Shares:

Mushrooms- White Button

WEEK 4

4 Garlic Scapes

1 Head Red Oak Leaf Lettuce

1 Bunch Mustard Greens

1 Head Red Buttercrunch Lettuce

1 Bunch Green Swiss Chard

1 Bunch Green Kohlrabi

1 Bunch Mizuna

1 Bunch Red Ace Beets

1 Basket Sugar Snap Peas

1 Head Frisee

1 Bunch Lacinato Kale (AKA Dinosaur Kale)

WEEK 5

1 Bunch- Red Ace Beets

Purple Top White Globe Turnips

1 Head- Red Butter Head Lettuce

1 Head- Red Oak Lettuce

7- Garlic Scapes

1 Bunch- White Scallions

1 Head- Frissee

1 Head- Napa Cabbage

1 Bunch- Summer Savory (herb)

Mixed Summer Squash (quantity to come)

Optional shares

MUSHROOM SHARE: Portobellos

FRUIT SHARE: 1 Basket- White Sweet Cherries

-1 Basket- Red Sweet Cherries

-1 Basket- Strawberries

WEEK 6

Cucumber

1 bunch-Mint

Eggplant

1 bunch-Red Scallions

Fennel

1 bunch- Swiss Chard

1 head- Escarole

1 head- Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (Heirloom)  Specialty Arrow Shared Cabbage

Summer Squash

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: White Button

Fruit Share:

1 basket- Red Sweet Cherries

1 basket- Blueberries

WEEK 7

Summer Squash

Eggplant

1 head- Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (Heirloom)  Specialty Arrow Shared Cabbage

1- Head Red Oak Leaf Lettuce

1- Head Green Oak Leaf Lettuce

1- Bunch White Scallions

1- Bunch Thyme

Cucumbers

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Portobello

Fruit Share: 1- Basket Red Sweet Cherries; 1-Blueberries

WEEK 8

Summer Squash

Eggplant

1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes

1 bunch-Basil

1 bunch- Spinach

Lettuce

1 bunch- Red Ace Beets

Cucumbers

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share:  OYSTERS

Fruit Share: Grown by Klein’s Kill Fruit Farm

1 basket -Yellow Shiro Plums

1 bag- White Nectarines

1 bag- Yellow Peaches

WEEK 9

1 bunch- Celery

Cucumber

Sweet Pepper

Tomatoes

Eggplant

1 bunch- White Onions

1 bunch- Amethyst Basil

Lettuce

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share: Shiitake

Fruit Share:

1- Bag Shiro Plums

1- Bag Peaches

1- Bag Nectarines

WEEK 10

1 bunch- Red Onion

1 bunch- Rosemary

1- Black Bell Eggplant

3- Fennel

2- Sunkist Slicing Tomatoes

1 basket- Sungold Cherry Tomatoes

4- Sweet Bell Peppers

1 bunch-Starbor Kale

3- Plum Tomatoes

1 LB. – Green Beans

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share: Oyster

Fruit Share:

1- Bag Yellow Peaches

1- Bag Donut Peaches

WEEK 11

2- Sunkist Tomatoes

1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes

1 bunch- Celery

1 bunch- Parsley

2-Sweet Peppers

1 buch- Leeks

2 lbs. Potatoes

1 bunch- Rainbow Carrots

1 head- Broccoli

1 bunch- Green Basil

2- Red Slicing Tomatoes

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share”Crimini

Fruit Share:

1 Bag- Donut Peaches

1 Bag- Yellow Peaches

WEEK 12

4 – Plum Tomatoes

1 basket- Cherry Tomatoes

1 bunch- Cilantro

Sweet Peppers

Eggplant

2- Garlic

1 bunch- Lacinato Kale

1 Lb. – Tomatillos

2- Jalapeño Pepper (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)

1- Fennel

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share: Portobello

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Yellow Nectarines

1 bag- Peaches

WEEK 13

2 Sunkist Tomatoes

2 Hot Peppers (EXTREMELY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)

2 Sweet Bell Peppers

1 White Bell Eggplant

1 bunch Swiss Chard

1 bunch Edamame Beans

1 bunch Gold Beets (Use the Greens!)

2 Red Onions

1 bunch Cilantro

2 Red Slicing Tomatoes

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share: Jumbo Shiitake

Fruit Share:

1 bag White Donut Peaches

1 bag Green Clapp Pears

WEEK 14

1 lb.- Green Beans

1 bunch- Dill

2 lbs.- Potaotes

2 – Red Onions

15  Tomatillos

1 – White Eggplant

2- Sweet Bell Peppers

1 bunch- Collard Greens

2 – Serrano Peppers (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)

3- Sunkist Tomatoes

1- Red Slicing Tomato

Optional Shares:

Mushroom Share: Portobello

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Long John Plums

1 bag- Zestar Apples

WEEK 15

1 head  Celery

1 bunch  Vermont Cranberry Beans (Heirloom Variety)

1 bunch Carrots

2 Shallots

1 bunch Red Russian Kale

1 bunch Red Ace Beets

Sweet Peppers

Tomatoes

Hot Peppers

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Crimini

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Gala Apples

1 bag- Bartlett Pears

WEEK 16

Butternut Winter Squash- 1

1 bunch- Spinach

1 bunch- Leeks

1 Lb.- Purple Carrots

1 bunch- Mint

2 lbs.- White Potatoes

1- Celeriac

2-Ancho Peppers (Mild Hot Pepper)

1 head- Romanesco Cauliflower

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Oyster

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Prune Plums

1 bag- Fuji Apples

WEEK 17

Broccoli

1 bunch- Lacinato Kale

2- Jalapeño Peppers (VERY HOT use with CAUTION)

1 bunch- Swiss Chard

1 bunch- Chioggia Beets

1 bunch- Scallions

1 bunch- Specialty Radish

1 bunch- Sage

Will Send Update

Optional Shares this week

Mushroom Share

White Button

Fruit Share: (Grown by Tousey Farm & Fix Brother Orchard)

1 basket- of Concord Grapes

1 bag – Seckel Pears & Cortland Apples

WEEK 18

2- Broccoli

1 bunch- Bella Luna White Turnips

1 lb. – Carrots

1 bunch- Collard Greens

2- White Onions

1 bunch- Mizuna

1 bunch- Red Mustard

1 bunch- French Breakfast Radishes

2- Jalapeño Hot Peppers (VERY HOT USE WITH CAUTION)

1 bunch- Arugula

Optional shares

Mushroom Share: Shiitake

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Empire Apples and Bartlett Pears

WEEK 19

1-Celeriac

2- Sweet Potatoes

1 bunch- Curly Kale

1 bunch- Red Ace Beets

4 – Shallots

1 bunch- Cherry Radishes

1 bunch- Arugula

1 bunch- Mizuna

1 bunch- Mustard Greens

1 – Butternut Winter Squash

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share:  Crimini

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Anjou Pears and Golden Delicious Apples

WEEK 20

2lbs. – Potaotes

1 lb. – Carrots

1 head – Cauliflower

1 bunch – Bella Luna White Turnips

2 – Garlic

1 bunch – Lacinato Kale

1 head – Bok Choy

1 bunch – Radishes

2 – Ancho Peppers (Mildly Hot)

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Portobello

Fruit Share:

1 bag – Bosc Pears & Mutsu Apples

WEEK 21

4- Shallots

2- Garlic

Sweet Potatoes

1lb.- Carrots

1 bunch- Lacinato Kale

1 head- Lettuce

1 bunch- Arugula

1 bunch- Mustard Greens

1 bunch- Radishes

1 bunch- Mizuna

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: White Button

Fruit Share:

1 bag – Winesap Stayman Apples & Bosc Pears

WEEK 22

Kohlrabi

1 bunch- Red Russian Kale

1 bunch- Collard Greens

2 lbs. – Potatoes

1- Diakon Radish

1 lb. – Carrots

4- Shallots

2- Pop Corn

2- Onions

Beets

Winter Squash

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Shiitake

Fruit Share:

1- Bag Jonagold Apples and Bosc Pears

WEEK 23

1- Celeriac

Lettuce

1 bunch- Italian Parsley

2- White Onions

2 Lbs- Potatoes

1 Lb.- Carrots

1 bunch- Lacinato Kale

Purple Globe Turnips

1 stalk- Brussels Sprouts

1 head- Cabbage

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: White Button

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Evercrisp Apples & Bosc Pears

WEEK 24

1-Celeriac

4 – Garlic

1 stalk – Brussels Sprouts

1 bunch – Sage

2 – Onions

2 lbs. – Potatoes

1 lb. – Carrots

1 bunch- Kale

2-Pop Corn

1 bunch- Collard Greens

1- Delicata Winter Squash

Optional Shares

Mushroom Share: Shiitake

Fruit Share:

1 bag- Fuji, Golden Delicious Apples and Bosc Pears

olden Delicious Apples and Bosc Pears