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welcome to pound ridge organics • we are an organic farm, farm market, c.s.a., teaching kitchen and outdoor classroom located in bucolic pound ridge, n.y. (just one hour north of n.y.c.) • our mission is too bring local affordable wholesome food and groceries to our extended community year 'round, while supporting local farms and small businesses that share our high standards and passion for ethically and sustainably produced: eggs, poultry, fish, dairy, veggies, fruit, bread, desserts, beverages, coffee, snacks, spices, honey, maple products, zero-waste gift items and so much more.... 

farm, market and event schedule
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saturday, 1/28 • 10am-3pm 

  • market open

  • winter c.s.a. week #5

sunday, 1/29

  • closed

friday, 2/3 • 2pm-5pm

  • market open

saturday, 2/4 • 10am-3pm 

  • market open

  • winter c.s.a. week #6

sunday, 2/5 • hours t.b.d.

  • market open

friday, 2/10 • 2pm-5pm

  • market open

saturday, 2/11 • 10am-3pm 

  • market open

  • winter c.s.a. week #7 + #8

sunday, 2/12 - thursday 2/23

  • closed

friday, 2/24 • 2pm-5pm

  • market open

saturday, 2/25 • 10am-2pm

  • market open

  • winter c.s.a. week #9

sunday, 2/26 • hours t.b.d.

  • market open

friday, 3/3 • 2pm-5pm

  • market open

saturday, 3/4 • 10am-3pm 

  • market open

  • winter c.s.a. week #10

sunday, 3/5 • hours t.b.d.

  • market open

- face coverings are optional inside of the market - should you require a private shopping appointment due to vulnerable health, please email donna 

- please bring your own bag or box for your groceries


- we love dogs, but we are a working farm so it's best to leave them home

- please enter driveway with care - we have free-roaming chickens and children here
 

- cash • check • zelle preferred • credit cards and venmo have an added 3.5% fee

- questions? need special assistance? (914)764-3006 • poundridgeorganics@icloud.com

membership is still available for the winter c.s.a.

january 1st through march 17th, 2023

did you miss early registration? pro-rated membership is available

 

we all have enough stress and uncertainty in our lives right now without having to worry about where and how to find fresh wholesome authentically local organic food • pound ridge organics is here to help you with a special seasonal c.s.a. to nourish you from the first day of winter through the last • c.s.a. members will receive a weekly basket filled with meticulously curated • freshly harvested • organic local produce and some very special surprises and gifts created with loving care • click on c.s.a. link above for more info

wild alaskan sushi-grade sockeye salmon specially packaged for pound ridge organics 

sockeye salmon portions and full filets are in-stock and can be purchased during market hours 

this sockeye from lake iliamna is unique for their size (slightly larger than the salmon of neighboring regions); for their aroma (delicately sweet with a hint of minerals); and for their deep, crimson-colored flesh • this beautiful fine-grain salmon has been de-boned, hand-cut and cryovac frozen • it is available in whole filets (1.25 lbs +/-) or individual portions (8 oz +/-) and since it is sushi grade, can be enjoyed either raw, smoked, cured or cooked • this amazingly delicious salmon, packaged especially for pound ridge organics and was delivered to us by the very fisherman who caught and packaged them. click --> here <-- to learn more 

learn to be a bee-keeper (beginner & intermediate)

beginning and advanced bee-keeping classes

whether you are a novice or an experienced bee-keeper, we have the course for you • facilitated by a master bee-keeper, you will garner all the knowledge and experience you'll need to start and care for an apiary of your own 

these courses sell out every year, so don't delay • to sign up for this popular series or gift it to someone you love, go to one of the following links:

beginning bee-keeping --> here <--

intermediate honey bee management --> here <--

food drive & donations

2023 food drive

please donate if you can afford to do so

as long as there are hungry families in our community, we will do our best to feed them • since the beginning of the pandemic we've worked with the bread of life food pantry in rye, n.y. to provide healthy and nutritious food to supplement their dwindling resources • we will continue to collect non-perishable food items for the pantry • you can stop by any time and leave your donation in the white cooler in front of the market • the food we collect will be used to provide sustenance to the thousands of hungry in lower westchester • money will also be collected in the market donation box or you can donate directly to the pantry by using this link --> here <--

we're dedicated to your comfort and safety 

we are always happy to 

accommodate special requests

reach out to us if you need: 

• private shopping

• delivery

• special accommodations

contact donna simons directly by emailing via this link --> here <--

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