2011 Sign Up is Here!

Welcome back to the Red Hook CSA. We’re excited for the new season to begin.

Last year’s members can begin signing up on Fri., March 11. You will have first priority until March 31. If you do not get your contract and payment in by that date, your application will be processed during new member sign-up.

New member applications will not be accepted until April 1.

(Prices and contract after the jump.)

There are approximately 50 shares available, and Red Hook residents and people living in 11231 zip code have first priority at becoming new members.  The Red Hook CSA is committed to being economically and racially diverse and to supporting our local community.

To join, print out the contract, decide whether you want a full or small share, and bring payment to the Added Value office at 360 Van Brunt Street. We accept: Cash, credit, debit and EBT cards.

Don’t forget: All members are required to do 10 volunteer hours through the season. That can be on the farm, planning events, working on the blog, and more.

Questions? E-mail redhookbkcsa@gmail.com

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Vegetable shares include 6-10 kinds of fresh vegetables, greens and herbs per week, including tomatoes, carrots, basil, corn, squash and much more as each crop is in season.

Full share*:  $480 + 10 volunteer hours

Small share*: $300 + 10 volunteer hours

Full work share 85 work hours

Small work share: 55 work hours

Full low-income: $240-$440

Small low-income: $150-$270

*Full share: Suitable for a family of four

* Small share: Suitable for smaller families or individuals whose main diet is vegetarian

*Low-income share:  See the contract to determine where you fall on the sliding scale

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Fruit shares are sourced from local farms and will include a variety of seasonal fruits and berries, including peaches, berries, apples, pears and grapes.

Full: $215

Small: $125

No discounted prices for work or low-income shares

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Our weekly egg share will be sourced from our own farm and will be supplemented if necessary from Hoosic River Poultry.

1 doz. per week: $90

1/2 doz. per week: $48

No discounted prices for work or low-income shares

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Plan 1: One lump sum for the entire season

Plan 2: Two or three equal installments

Plan 3: Pay with EBT/Food stamps.

* Photo by Shelley Bernstein

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