Brooklyn Heights residents no longer need suffer from Cobble Hill envy, says Chowhounder correspondent Peter. Now Heights residents will be able to purchase a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share and get fresh, crisp organic produce every week.
It works like this: In the spring, CSA members buy a "share" of the farm's produce which helps cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation and pay the farmer a living wage. In return, members receive their cut of the farm's bounty throughout the growing season, as well as quite a bit of satisfaction from helping to keep a family-run organic farm in the black.Pick up will take place Wednesdays at the Unitarian Church on Monroe Place (thank goodness for those Unitarians!). See here for details.
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