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Flatbush Farm Share CSA

Flatbush Farm Share CSA Flatbush Farm Share CSA
Brooklyn NY 11226
US
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Phone: (212) 741-8192

FLATBUSH FARMSHAREis a new Brooklyn-based CSA. CSA is a way for people to get together and buy vegetables directly from a local farm. CSA stands for Community-Supported Agriculture -- because every dollar you spend goes directly to the farmers growing your produce - in our case, Chris + Katie, who own and operate The Farm at Miller's Crossing, an organic farm just over 2-hours outside of NYC.

Our CSA is special - The mission of Flatbush Farm Share is to make fresh, organic, produce available to any Brooklyn resident, regardless of economic status.

We are commited to distributing food in a neighborhood where there is not an abundance fresh, organic produce; where many people choose fast-food over cooking healthy meals; or where affordability is a major factor in what people eat.

We have 100 shares available for all income levels, and a generous subsidy program for low-income members. By joining our CSA, you are not only subscribing to a weekly basket of the most affordable, fresh, organic produce available, and supporting a family-owned farm; you are also supporting our community-focused mission.

Through our CSA, we will provide not only great food, but a level of food security and food-community to the Lefferts Garden / Prospect / Flatbush area of Brooklyn.

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Date added: 8.4.2009  
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