TCFD Thanksgiving Farm® Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program
Are you looking to join our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)? Each year, our very own Thanksgiving Farm® supports over 300 CSA share members, including Center for Discovery staff and families, along with members of the surrounding community. Our Farm spans 300+ certified organic and biodynamic acres throughout our Stonewall Preserve, Tutto Bene Farm, Hadley, Vista, Sweet Hill, and our Main Campus, or home farm – all local farms within Sullivan County, New York. On an annual basis, Thanksgiving Farm grows over 60 different kinds of vegetables, flowers, and herbs, and is also home to three orchards.
By signing up for a CSA, participants can enjoy a variety of produce including green beans, various cabbages, lettuce, carrots, cauliflower, sweet corn, garlic, onions, potatoes, squash, and much, much more. Each week, participants can expect to receive 6-8 different kinds of vegetables.
The 2023 Thanksgiving Farm® CSA distribution will begin the week of Tuesday, May 30th, and will continue for 23 weeks through Tuesday, October 31st. The Saturday distribution will begin on Saturday, June 3rd, and will conclude on Saturday, November 4th. Members are invited to pick up their share one day per week at either of the following locations and times:
Tuesdays: 3:15 pm to 6:00 pm at The Carrus Institute 589 Old Route 17, Monticello, New York 12701
Saturdays: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at College Collaborative High School (CCHS) 202 Main St. Hurleyville, NY 12747
Please refer to the CSA Prospectus for additional information.