What Is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is part of a growing movement that joins local communities with farmers in their region. If you want to support local foods, reduce the fossil fuel inputs to the food you eat, and purchase the freshest, most nutrient rich food possible, we hope you’ll join our CSA!


How It Works

By joining the CSA, you’ll pay ahead for a 20-week season (June-October) of fresh, local, organically grown produce. The produce will be delivered to central locations in Utica, New Hartford, and Clinton—or, if you choose our unique Pick-Your-Own option, you’ll be able to harvest your own farm-fresh produce! To see what vegetables we provide, go to Our Produce.


Purchasing Options

One Full Share is a box of fresh-picked vegetables (generally 6-10 items) that will be delivered to your central location every Friday. Our boxes are roughly proportioned for 2 fully vegetarian family members or a family of 4 omnivores.

One Half Share is a full share delivered every other week.


Your Share will be delivered to your central location every Friday (Full Share) or every other Friday (Half Share).
Full Share: $520
Half Share: $260


Together we’ll decide on the day you will visit the farm. The day before you visit, you will be provided with a list of available produce via email, and you will be mostly free to take your pick of produce from the list provided.
Full Share: $400


Discounts can be negotiated for a commitment to work a set number of hours on the farm.


We expect to be present at the Clinton Farmer’s Market on Thursdays. Drop by and see us!

How to Purchase

Please email us at redwingfarm.jason@gmail.com or call us at 315-790-0328 to let us know of your interest and provide us with the information listed below.

  • What you are interested in: Full Share Delivered ($520), Half Share Delivered ($260), or Full Share Pick-Your-Own ($400).
  • Your name, phone, email, and address.

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Sharing the Bounty and the Risks

By joining the CSA, you share in the risks of farming, such as changeable weather, pests, and crop diseases. You also support our goal of making a livelihood from our land and farm. We look forward to sharing this adventure with you and opening up our farm and land to you!