We deliver CSA shares to workplace and community locations in Westchester. If you have a group of 15 or more and a desired drop off site, please contact email@example.com
A CSA Share is a subscription service (like Netflix, or the newspaper - but for delicious food). You pay upfront and then once a week for 15 or 20 weeks from June to October, we deliver pre-bagged produce to your designated pick-up location.
We offer payment plans on a as-need basis, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914.962.2368 discuss your options.
A Satellite Share is $400 for 20 weeks of vegetables or $300 for 15 weeks of vegetables.
In addition you receive weekly recipes, farm updates, and access to CSA member farm days and events.
A weekly Satellite CSA share consists of freshly harvested seasonal vegetables, herbs, and flowers, chosen to ensure a good mix. Each satellite share is intended to fullfill the average weekly vegetable needs of a family of two or one vegetarian adults. All share items are grown on-site at Hilltop Hanover farm by our dedicated crew of farmers.
Sample of what your CSA may look like:
July: kale, chard, lettuce, eggplant, cucumbers, summer squash, fennel, garlic, tomatoes, basil
September: broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli rabe, spaghetti squash, peppers, onions, radishes, turnips, beets, rosemary
Community Supported Agriculture is a mutually beneficial commitment between the farmer and the consumer. Members of the CSA ensure a base and stable income for the farm throughout the growing season. In return, the farm provides CSA members with a weekly share of freshly picked produce.
The spirit of Community Supported Agriculture is that eaters and farmers work together to contribute to a resilient and healthy local food system. This leads to an understanding that members provide support to the farm, while the farm works hard to provide a plentiful, consistent, and varied supply of farm fresh produce. Hilltop Hanover Farm has 5 years of farm share management, and many years of farm stand, u-pick and farmer’s market experience. This being said, there is an element of risk in a farm share. Due to weather or other events beyond our control, there may be complications with some crops (one example is 2010’s tomato blight and tomato shortage). We will do our best to provide members with produce, but by buying a membership you are recognizing and committing to supporting us through some of the challenges hat we may face- and for this, we thank you.