Our Winter CSA is currently FULL.
You may join our waitlist by filling out the form at the bottom of this page. Thank you!
Our winter CSA program is the heart and soul of our farm. Long Season Farm was born out of a desire to feed our community and ourselves fresh greens in the winter. Eight seasons later, we still strive to produce the highest quality seasonal produce for our members’ winter tables.
Our winter CSA program includes seasonal vegetables that can be grown successfully in the Northeast with as little additional fossil fuel energy as possible plus storage crops we have grown in the summer and harvest in the fall. Freshly harvested vegetables include kale, spinach, chard, bok choy, komatsuna, scallions, and Erin’s seasonal salad mixes. Storage crops include winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, storage radish, turnips, kohlrabi, carrots, garlic, and beets.
The winter season is much less diverse over the summer and fall. Shares consist of similar items over the course of the season. However, the assortment of vegetables will change as the temperature drops and the amount of daylight decreases. While November and December shares feature abundant bunched field greens, squash and garlic, January and February more towards smaller leaved greens, hardier kale varieties, cabbages, and storage roots.
We offer 2 share sizes. Our regular “Full Share” and a “Market Share.”
Full Shares are $650, roughly $72 per distribution. Expect 9-12 items at each distribution. About half the items are greens and half roots & other storage crops. An item could be a bunch of kale, 2 pounds of carrots, or a cabbage. We expect to provide our full share members with an abundance every two weeks – so be sure to have space in your fridge! While this share has more diversity than the market share, it can also feature larger quantities of overlapping over the Market Share.
Market Shares are $375, roughly $42 per distribution. Expect 7-10 items at each distribution, some in a lesser quantity than the Full Size Share. This is not a standard half share, rather meant for those who would like to cook a couple of meals each week using seasonal winter produce. It leans more toward consistently popular vegetable items, hence the name.
Damn Good Honey Farm
15 Old Queens
We are excited to partner with Damn Good Honey Farm Store as our host location this season!
Damn Good Honey Farm offers the finest local and seasonal products at their store. Members will be able to pick up their winter veggies and shop the offerings at Damn Good Honey all in one stop.
Our winter CSA consists of 9 distributions scheduled every other Saturday starting November 19, 2022 and continuing through March 11, 2023. The distribution time is 10 am until 2:00 pm.
All members must read and agree to our member agreement and send a payment in full or a deposit to reserve a spot. Please use the form below to get started.