Apologies for the late start! We are pleased to announce that the Central Brooklyn CSA is back for 2016 and officially open for registration via the following link: Central Brooklyn CSA Member Registration.
Please note that your share is not reserved until we receive your full payment or deposit as is applicable. As in years past, Continue reading
Join Us For Meet Your Farmer Happy Hour Thursday, May 26th, 5-7:30PM at Nostrand Avenue Pub! (658 Nostrand Avenue) Stop by to meet Ted Blomgren of Windflower Farm, Learn more about the Central Brooklyn CSA, and sign up for a share! We will also have samples of cheese, meat, and other extras that you can order … Continue reading
Have you been thinking about joining the Central Brooklyn CSA (CBCSA)? If you have, now is the time to purchase your veggie, fruit and other shares, there’s only one week remaining to make your purchase. Registration ends on June 4th! If you would like to purchase your share using a credit card go here. Please … Continue reading
We still have a few shares available for the 2015 season! See how to purchase your shares below: If you would like to purchase your share in full using a credit card go here. Please note that if you choose to pay with a credit card, the share prices reflect additional credit card fees. … Continue reading
This season, we’ve partnered with Lewis Waite Farm to bring our CSA members a plethora of extra farm fresh, all natural, artisanal, and organic products like pasture raised meat and poultry (10 kinds of meat), fresh eggs and bread, grass fed butter, yogurt and ice cream, artisan cheese from sheep, goat or cows’ milk, including … Continue reading
The Central Brooklyn CSA 2015 season is nearly here! Please purchase your shares and become a CBCSA member today! Here ares a few words from Ted: Greetings from all of us at Windflower Farm. We are happy to be kicking off our Central Brooklyn CSA membership, and hope to have you join us. Our greenhouses … Continue reading
That vegetables and fruits are most delicious and nutritious when eaten at peak ripeness, is something we know. Synchronizing our schedules with the fruit and vegetables ripening can be a challenge; strategizing can be eased and conducted most efficiently by using storage appropriate for each of the different items in our farm-share. Some basic tips follow; please … Continue reading