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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.

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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.

Winter Sun Farms purchases a portion of the fall harvest from sustainable farms in the Hudson Valley then freezes the produce through an Individually Quick Frozen process. Fruits and vegetables are stored then distributed at CSAs throughout the city during winter months.

The goal of Winter Sun Farms is to develop a system where the farmer has a guaranteed and fair market, and the consumer is able to eat fresh and local produce year-round. Each package is labeled with the name and location of the farm where it originated so that members truly know where their food is coming from.

Some of the produce that will be offered this winter includes broccoli, tomato puree, edamame, peppers, butternut squash, corn, collard greens, blueberries, raspberries, and fresh pea shoots.

For more information about Winter Sun Farms or to find a pickup location near you, click here.

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When Marissa was a little girl, she threw her bottle and pacifier down the stairs and begged for "real food." More than two decades later, her passion for real food has grown into a part of her everyday life. Marissa graduated in May 2014 with a Masters in Food Studies from NYU, where she focused her research on food politics and food culture. She has taught children’s nutrition, gardening and cooking classes for the past four years, and she will spend the next academic year as a FoodCorps service member in Guilford County, North Carolina.