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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2014 Membership

Register now for the 2014 season! The first delivery date will be Tuesday June 10th and continues weekly until November. Membership will sell out so join now! Learn more about being a member….
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CSA Cookbook: Call for Recipes

Everyone has his/her own way of making a meal from the CSA share. What’s your way?

We’re putting together a Chelsea CSA Cookbook that will showcase the way we use the fruits and vegetables we get from Stoneledge Farm. Do …
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Bulk Marketplace Orders

The farm is now offering a variety of produce in bulk from the online Marketplace.  They have tomatoes by the 25 pound box if there are members that would like to preserve for the wintertime.   Hot Peppers, Genovese Basil …
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Ordering Other Products

Local meat, poultry, eggs and dairy products are available for purchase from Lewis Waite Farms!

To place orders during the season, members need to sign a contract agreeing to pick up their products at the designated week during regular CSA …
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Volunteer Sign Up

We are excited that the start of our season is just two weeks away!  There is a lot of information below but it is important as it explains your volunteer requirements as a member of the CSA. 

Please note those …
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