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registration is closing soon for the
pound ridge organics summer c.s.a.

june 28th through september 13th, 2024


why join the pound ridge organics summer c.s.a.?

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 our legendary C.S.A. to nourish you from the first day of summer until the last • C.S.A. members will receive a weekly basket filled with meticulously curated, freshly harvested, organic local produce - plus some very special surprises and gifts • to learn more about C.S.A.s click -> here.

what makes the pound ridge organics summer c.s.a. so special?


we offer an authentic seasonal *geo-local C.S.A., containing organic produce from our farm, and other farms in our immediate area (westchester, the hudson valley and connecticut) • each ingredient is filled with texture, color and flavor -- we're talking real food from soil that is rich with life, nutrients and the 'terroir' of our local region • our produce is freshly harvested and ethically produced (which means our farmers, producers and drivers are paid a living wage and treated with high regard) • we don't just focus on the quantity and quality of the ingredients, but make sure that our C.S.A. members have an enjoyable experience each and every week • and we promise, if we put rutabagas in your basket, we'll also include a recipe, in fact we send recipes every single week with the hope of inspiring you to try new and different ways to use the ingredients in your baskets • our C.S.A. is worry-free, convenient, fun, educational and truly scrumptious!

*back to that "geo-local" piece - while it would be lovely to give you avocados, oranges, kiwis, and coconuts in your summer C.S.A. basket -- it's just not going to happen here • our produce is strictly local (as-in 100 miles or closer), not from pennsylvania, florida or mexico • we may include some of our private-label preserved foods or some special spices, coffees or other surprise ingredients from donna's farmer friends in far away places... but our C.S.A. produce is strictly local.

what's available in the northeast during summer?

root vegetables from pound ridge organics, and the 'black dirt' region of new york:

alliums (including shallots, garlic, onions) • assorted beets with greens • rainbow carrots with greens • celeriac with stalks • fennel with fronds • fresh ginger • horseradish • jerusalem artichoke • kohlrabi • parsnips with greens • potatoes (red, white & blue ) • radishes with greens • rutabaga • sweet potatoes • turmeric • turnips with greens (hakurai, purple top, scarlet) and more...   


'greens' and the rest of the rainbow:

​alliums (including: bunching onions • chives • garlic scapes • leeks • scallions) • arugula • asparagus • beets greens • bok choi • broccoli • broccolini • broccoli raab • cabbage (green, purple, napa, savoy) • carrot greens • cauliflower • celery stalks with leaves • cherry tomatoes • collard greens • corn • cucumber • dandelion greens • eggplant • fennel fronds • grape leaves • green beans • heirloom lettuce heads • beefsteak & heirloom tomatoes • assorted kale • micro-greens • mizuna • mushrooms • mustard greens • nettles • peas & pea tendrils • radishes with greens • rhubarb • romanesco • salad mix • spinach • summer squash • squash greens • swiss chard • tat-soi • turnips with greens • zucchini and more... 


*apples (at the end of summer) • blackberries • blueberries (local & maine) • cantaloupe • *cherries (sweet & tart) • currants • grapes • honeydew • raspberries • stone fruit (apricot, peaches & plums) • strawberries • watermelon • wineberries

*our local apples and cherries may be 'eco-certified' or 'i.p.m.' if their organic counterparts are unavailable.


bay leaves • basil • chervil • chives • chamomile • cilantro • dill • horseradish leaves • lavender • lemon balm • lemon grass • lemon verbena • lovage • many varieties of mint • oregano • parsley • rosemary • pineapple sage • classic sage • shiso leaves • sorrel • thyme


edible flowers

borage • calendula • chamomile • clover • chive flowers • dandelion • daylily • lavender • lilac • marigold • nasturtium • pansy • rose • squash blossom • viola • violet

+ more

assorted dried beans • local grains • eggs (quail, chicken, duck, pheasant, turkey, goose, ostrich) • ferments (kraut, kimchi) • granola • honey • locally roasted coffee • maple products • pasta • condiments (salt & spice blends) • baked goods & mixes • sourdough bread • fruit preserves • hot sauces

special surprise ingredients:

we will be putting some very special products in your baskets from time to time this summer. This may include homemade specialty products that we’ve produced, or even tastings of new products that we're considering for the market • how fun is that?

more details about our summer c.s.a.



distribution of C.S.A. baskets will run from the beginning to the end of summer from june 28th through september 13th, 2024


pick up of C.S.A. baskets will be friday and saturday during market hours • inclement weather, or other unforeseen emergencies may occasionally require us to adjust our pick ups - so please be watch your in-box for schedule changes 


while picking up their share, C.S.A. members can shop in the market for additional produce, eggs, dairy, proteins, desserts and more...

if you have vacation plans, or can’t pick up your basket:

you may gift your share to a friend • allow us to donate your basket on your behalf • if the basket contains some non perishable items, we can try to hold them for the following weeks' pick-up as long as you notify us early in the week


a standard summer C.S.A. share is appropriate for a single, senior or couple


a large summer C.S.A. share is appropriate for a family of four omnivores or two plant-based eaters


limited spots:

subscriptions are limited and will be available on a first come basis, so please don't delay securing your summer C.S.A. share

payment in full:

to sign up for a summer C.S.A. subscription, fill out the registration form below • we will get back to you with payment information, cash, check or zelle are preferred. 

membership policy:

membership in the summer C.S.A. is only confirmed after payment in full is received • you are committing to a twelve-week non refundable membership, so please ask any questions upfront

to pay by check: 

make payable to "pound ridge organics" - be sure the name on the check matches the registration name (to avoid confusion) • you can bring the check to the market during business hours or mail to: donna simons c/o pound ridge organics • 22 westchester avenue, pound ridge, new york 10576

to pay by zelle: 

zelle instructions will be at the bottom of your screen after you click the submit button on the registration below • copy and save for later 

additional questions:

email donna by clicking --> here

register here for a summer c.s.a. share

thank you - we've received your registration form • please bring or mail a check; or send payment via zelle to secure your spot in our c.s.a. • zelle payment can be sent to 914 224-3138, • we look forward to feeding you -- donna & the p.r.o. team

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