This winter, we dream of the seeds in the ground and in each other.

2022 CSA

Welcome back! Yes, get ready for an energetic season with CSA share options for everyone.   Pick up at the farm Wednesdays 11- 6 pm and Saturdays at the Pakatakan Farmers Market 9am -1pm

The value of the products in the csa share is very good for our members, better than wholesale pricing and mega savings compared to farmers market retail pricing.  Sorry but the sliding scale and income/equity pricing is too complicated for me to figure out...but we do except monthly payments, please email for farm(at) to set up a payment plan.                          

Straight out of the ground veggies and ferments.

SUMMER SEASON - 11 Weeks/ June 22 -Aug 31

AUTUMN SEASON. - 11 weeks Sept 7 - November 16

FULL SEASON 22 weeks June 22-Aug 31

Herbs (cilantro, dill, Korean Perilla basil, shiso, chives, sage, parsley, rosemary, thyme)

Edible flowers, Brassicas (Oriental greens, kale, radishes, arugula, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, collards, turnips, rutabaga, mustard greens, kohlrabi), Alliums (onions, leeks, scallions, garlic, shallots), Lettuce, Carrots, Beets, wild crafted stuff, Tomatoes, Eggplants, Okra, Peppers, Rainbow Chard, Squash, Potatoes, Sunchokes, Cukes, Physalis (tomatillos, huskcherries), Mushrooms (wild and cultivated).  Kimchee, seasonal variety included every week. 


FEEDS: Two people receive plenty of vegetables for seven days or a family of four a few vegetables every day.

GOOD FOR: Couples, families, individuals who cook home a lot, juicers.


East Branch Farms, Roxbury, NY 10am-1pm 

Perks for CSA Members

Freshly picked, specialty vegetables, herbs and flowers grown organically, accompanied by a weekly newsletter with recipes, tidbits from the farm life and a connection to where and how your food is grown. Your CSA vegetables reflect the farms appreciation for your trust in us and you will receive our prime time and the best we have to offer.   

August veggie possibilities September veggies Barn Dinner

Photo by Alex Wilson/ Wayside Cider