Stoneledge Farm Opens Spring/Summer 2011 CSA Registration in Fairfield County

Stoneledge Farm now offers their 20-week, organic CSA in Stamford, Wilton/Norwalk, Southport and Ridgefield.

Stoneledge Farm’s Certified Organic CSA has drop/pick up locations in Stamford, Wilton/Norwalk, Southport and new for the 2011 season, Ridgefield. The shares from this family-owned, 90 acre, NOFA-NY certified organic farm located in South Cairo, New York are varied and generous. I particularly liked all the herbs last summer, chiles, tomatillos, squash and tomatoes. The abundance taught me to use more herbs in my cooking and to make sauces in quantity to freeze for another day.

If you don’t pick your own fruit during the summer, I suggest signing up for a fruit share too. The plums, cherries and other tree fruit were gorgeous and I saw varieties that were new to me. The farm also offers co-op products including organic Fair Trade coffee, honey and maple syrup, which you sign up for monthly and pick up along with your CSA share. This CSA has a 2-hour volunteer requirement which entails opening or closing once during the season.

Stamford pick up is at Zion Lutheran Church, 132 Glenbrook Road on Wednesdays, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Visit the site for a brochure describing the program or just keep reading below. 

Wilton/Norwalk pick up is at School Sisters of Notre Dame, 345 Belden Hill Road, Wilton on Wednesdays, from 4:15 – 6:30 pm.

Southport pick up is at Trinity Southport Church, 651 Pequot Avenue on Wednesdays, from 4:30-6:30 pm.

New! Ridgefield CSA at St. Andrew’s, 6 Ivy Hill Road on Wednesdays, from 4:00-7:00 pm. 

The cost is $490 for 24 weeks, June through November. That’s $20.42 a week for an abundance of fresh, local, organic produce! Fruit shares are available to vegetable share members for $225 and run for 20 weeks,  beginning the second week of June. Berries are grown at Stoneledge Farm and orchard fruit is grown by Stoneledge Farm’s neighbors, who take a light approach in protecting their crops.

Visit their web site to register online by credit card or check. Click here to sign up online. The farmer keeps members very involved, emailing about crop yields and what’s included in the current week’s share. Every week at least one or two herbs are included in the share. Any unclaimed shares will be donated to programs including Operation Hope and the Connecticut Food Bank. Visit the web site to learn more, register for a share, or join the waiting list if you get closed out.

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1 thought on “Stoneledge Farm Opens Spring/Summer 2011 CSA Registration in Fairfield County”

  1. Hi:
    The CSA I belonged to will no longer be doing dropped boxes and there were several drop sites in Fairfield. I know many of the folks won’t be driving to the farm as it is too far. Do you or would you entertain a Fairfield CT Drop-off??

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