CSA

      Winter CSA? Sign Us Up!

      Just because the weather’s getting colder doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to your CSA. From December to April, Winter Sun Farms, located in New Paltz, will offer the benefits of fall produce through a winter CSA program.

      There’s Still Time to Sign Up for A Winter CSA of Frozen Local Produce

      Eating local in New York 12 months a year used to be challenge. It took planning and hard work–canning, drying and making jam, or else you’d end up eating stored root vegetables all winter. But now, thanks to pioneering upstate farmers, we city dwellers can eat Hudson Valley produce–without suffering one bit!–all winter long. The trick? Winter CSAs of frozen local produce.

      Not Just Sewing and Sports at The Lower Eastside Girls Club, but a CSA, a Coffeeshop and a Cookie Academy

      For 15 years The Lower Eastside Girls Club on 56 E. First Street has served as a place where inner city chicks between the ages of 8 and 23 can go to improve their bodies and minds and work on their resumes, through yoga, photography, filmmaking, museum trips, book clubs or working for the Club’s bakery and CSA program.