Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between individuals and families and the local farmers who grow their food. Members pay for shares in advance, helping to provide much-needed revenue early in the season. In exchange, they get a share of the harvest.
Each week from August through October 2021, we provided a box of sustainably grown produce freshly harvested from our farm and ready for you to pick up locally.
Our 2021 CSA Pilot Program began on August 5, 2021. Boxes of fresh vegetables were available for pickup every Thursday across the street from the farm and behind the old Moses Bayuk House in Alliance, NJ.
We are well into our first season but you can still become a member for a prorated price.
Our 12-week subscription prices are based on a sliding scale. Pay more if you can afford to support a family who could benefit from your generosity. Or donate all your shares as as CSA Sponsoring Member.
See the farm in action every week when you drive up behind the historic Moses Bayuk House, the Victorian era home (which has seen better days!) of pioneer farmer Moses Bayuk, now on the National Register of Historic Places, right next to Alliance Cemetery on Gershal Ave and across the street from the beautiful Alliance Synagogue and family farmland of 5 generations!
The Alliance Community Reboot team with its cofounders the Levin family are working with their neighbors, the Bartee family, to cultivate the historic farmland of the Alliance settlement. They receive guidance from CSA Consultant Ben Harris, founder of Root Down Farm, an organic vegetable farm in Hartford, Connecticut.
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