Reminder: 3 Brooklyn Heights CSAs Accepting Applicants For Summer Season

Deadlines are approaching for the upcoming season at three CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) serving Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Bridge CSA @ Congregation Mt. Sinai, 250 Cadman Plaza West; Sweet Pea CSA @ First Unitarian Universalist Church, 50 Monroe Place; and the Cobble Hill CSA @ Brooklyn Heights’ Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity, 157 Montague Street.

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Since 1995, Just Food has pioneered sustainable food models, including CSAs, community-run farmers’ markets, and farm-to-food pantry programs. “It serves thousands of New Yorkers by forging partnerships between local farms, neighborhood groups, and consumers, and by providing urban communities with a framework for growing, and knowing, healthy food.” (Photo: CT)

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  • Martha

    I just want to correct an error in the listing from Cobble Hill CSA. The Cobble Hill CSA, which was graciously hosted by the Church of St Ann and the Holy Trinity last year after our distribution site, Christ Church on Clinton and Kane Streets was struck by lightning, will have its distribution for the 2013 season at the Kane Street Synagogue (which quickly made room for us for several weeks last summer immediately after the lightning strike). Since most of our members live in Cobble Hill or nearby areas, naturally we want to have our pickup site in the most convenient place for the. Of course, we welcome anyone from Brooklyn Heights who wants to join us.