Exactly How Much Does Central Brooklyn CSA Cost?

Do you know anyone who does NOT want to save money? Neither do we. In fact, like most of our friends, we are trying to do more with less. If that sounds like something you are into, the Central Brooklyn CSA may be just your style.

So how much does a membership cost? First, there are two categories for membership, Full and Half Shares.  No matter which type of membership you choose, your membership rate is based on your total household income (or the total income of all the adults who are sharing a share). Most members will make a ONE TIME payment at the beginning of the season, although members making less than $35,000 (including those using Food Stamps) have the option of paying in installments.

If you are paying with SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Benefits (Food Stamps)

Full Share Half Share
22 Week Total : $120 22 Week Total: $60
Average Weekly Cost : $5.50 Average Weekly Cost : $2.70

NOTE: As of now, Members paying with SNAP benefits can pay week-to-week or bi-weekly!

If your total household income is less than $25,000 per year

Full Share Half Share
22 Week Total : $290 22 Week Total: $145
Average Weekly Cost : $13 Average Weekly Cost : $6.60

NOTE: As of now, Members in this income group can sign up for payment plans!

If your total household income is between $25,000 and $35,000 per year

Full Share Half Share
22 Week Total : $365 22 Week Total: $180
Average Weekly Cost : $16.60 Average Weekly Cost : $8.20

NOTE: As of now, Members in this income group can sign up for payment plans!

If your total household income is between $35,000 and $50,000 per year

Full Share Half Share
22 Week Total : $440 22 Week Total: $220
Average Weekly Cost : $20 Average Weekly Cost : $10

NOTE: Members in this income group must be paid in full by the beginning of the season.

If your total household income is greater than $50,000 per year

Full Share Half Share
22 Week Total : $485 22 Week Total: $240
Average Weekly Cost : $22 Average Weekly Cost : $10.90

NOTE: Members in this income group must be paid in full by the beginning of the season.

In short, no matter how much (or how little) you make, you would be hard pressed to find locally, sustainably grown fruit and vegetables for less!

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