Community Supported Agriculture

Starting this season, you can order locally grown vegetables, fruits and other food items and pick them up at Cornell...

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Fresh produce at Ithaca Farmers Market(University Photography)
 

Via Pawprint, 4/2/2015

Starting this season, you can order locally grown vegetables, fruits and other food items and pick them up at Cornell. Pick-up will be available beginning April 2 at the East Hill Office Building (Tanya Grove, coordinator at tl40@cornell.edu) and at the Vet Tower (Cindy DeCloux, coordinator at cmd56@cornell.edu; pick-up for veterinary staff, students and faculty only).

Check out the CSA’s that have the capacity to deliver to the Cornell campus:

The Full Plate Farm Collective (http://www.freewebs.com/fullplatefarms/) – Accepting sign-ups for 2015 season organic vegetable and fruit farm shares. Contact Sara Worden (info@fullplatefarms.org) directly with questions.

Good Life Farm CSA+ (http://www.thegoodlifefarm.org/order-here/) – Accepting sign-ups for spring shares (starting Apr 2) and a la carte items (vegetables, meats, breads, and more). Contact Melissa Madden (melissa@thegoodlifefarm.org) directly with questions.

Early Morning Farm (http://www.earlymorningfarm.com) – Accepting sign-ups for 2015 organic vegetable farm shares. Contact Anton (support@earlymorningfarm.com) directly with questions.

Additional information can be found at https://recreation.athletics.cornell.edu/wellness/outreach/csa-information. A listing of local CSAs is at: http://ccetompkins.org/agriculture/buy-local/csa-directory.

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