2012-2013 Winter CSA
The Winter CSA is now CLOSED for any additional memberships.
Our winter CSA will start on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 and extends for (6) distributions, every third week on Tuesdays until March 12, 2013. (Pickup dates are November 27, 2012, December 18, 2012, January 8, 2013, January 29, 2013, February 19, 2013 and March 12, 2013). The vegetables we have for each distribution are primarily winter storage crops like potatoes, beets, carrots, radishes, and cabbage. We plan to supplement these vegetables with cool weather harvested crops like scallions, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes. When the weather permits, we plan to harvest leafy greens from our greenhouses, these can include baby kale, parsley, lettuce greens, and baby bok choy.
Our 'boxes' can average about 18 to 20 lbs. in net weight. As with all our CSAs, we try to give good value for the cost of your membership. The cost of the 2012-2013 Winter CSA is $265, prepaid at registration.
Members are responsible for picking up their shares on the designated days between the hours of 12 noon and 6:00 PM. You may designate a friend or family member to pickup your share if you are unable to do so yourself. Please bring your own carry bags to pack up your shares.
We will donate any unclaimed winter CSA shares the day following the day of distribution. Since our office is open intermittently during the winter months, we can not coordinate alternate pickup arrangements. You must keep this in mind if you are uncertain about your ability to pickup your shares on these dates.
If you wish to be considered for a subsidized winter CSA share, (i.e. because of income considerations, or personal circumstances), please contact us directly in confidence: firstname.lastname@example.org If on the other hand, you wish to subsidize a winter CSA member, you may voluntarily pay more than the designated amountt by indicating that on your application form or contacting us at the email address above.
All correspondence will be via email so be sure to check it regularly for information or updates.
Add On Shares
Fruit & Cider Share Farm: Briermere Farm, Riverhead NY, located just 14 miles from Sang Lee Farms. The fruit is grown very responsibly, utilizing conventional methods, with many organic practices and its own compost as well. www.briermerefarm.com
Fruit Share Cost: $33 for 6 pick ups
Fruit Share Quantity: 1 bags of apples each pickup approximately 3lbs
Cider Share cost: $33 for 6 pick ups
Cider Share Quantity: 1 Half Gallon each pickup
Egg Share Farm: The egg shares will be provided by North Fork Egg Farm in Southold, NY. www.northforkeggfarm.com
Daily life: The chickens on both these farms are raised in are free range environment with fresh air, clean water, and rotating pasture to roam freely about during the daylight hours. They are tucked safely into their coops at night.
Diet: Our chickens are fed a diet of organic feed with some supplements, and table scraps of other foods. Please contact us for more details on the exact content of feed.
Egg Share Quantity: One share is 1 dozen eggs. Please order in 1 dozen quantities.
Egg Share Cost: $42 for 6 pick ups
Soup Share: The soup share includes homemade soups prepared in the Sang Lee Kitchen made with mostly organic ingredients and the freshest Sang Lee vegetables & homemade broths. All soups are vegetarian and frozen immediately after they are made to preserve freshness. Each pickup the type of soup will be chosen by us, but here are some examples of our favorite recipes: Hearty kale soup, autumn squash soup, sweet potato fennel soup, tomato lover's soup, potato leek soup.
Soup Share Quantity: One share is 1 32 oz. container of soup. Please order however many shares you would like per pickup.
Soup Share Cost: $60 for 6 pickups