Chelsea Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

The Chelsea CSA is a partnership between Stoneledge Farm in South Cairo, NY and community members of Chelsea on the West Side of Manhattan. Chelsea CSA enables members of all economic backgrounds to enjoy farm-fresh organic vegetables while supporting local agriculture.

We receive space and support services for this effort from Hudson Guild, a non-profit settlement house serving Chelsea since 1895. The Chelsea CSA project was begun in May 2000 by a Hudson Guild staff member working with Just Food. Chelsea CSA has since transitioned to an all-volunteer effort which depends on shareholder support for continued success of current “locavore” offerings and development of new ones.

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What do members say?

Here’s what a few of our members said about us in our most recent member survey:

  • “The CSA was such a positive experience.  I feel so lucky to be receiving my veggies directly from the farm, to have met the

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January Farmer Message

January 2015

Dear CSA Member

Winter moves along and the 2015 CSA season is underway at the farm. Seeds for the entire season are ordered and have been delivered. The seed packets line the bench in alphabetical order. When the …
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Lewis Waite Farm Winter Deliveries

While the regular CSA season may be over, Lewis Waite Farm will continue their monthly deliveries of local meats, cheeses, and other products. Deliveries will be on Tuesdays at the home of Frances Tesser (not at Hudson Guild). Visit the
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2015 Registration Now Open

The 2015 CSA share season is now open for registration on the Stoneledge Farm website! Instructions for registering for standard and sponsor shares can be found here.

We have sold out in the past so we recommend joining early! …
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Stoneledge Farm Video

Thanks to Just Food, we are very excited to be able to share this fantastic video showing our farmer in action at our beautiful Stoneledge Farm. If you are new to our CSA or have never been to the annual …
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