Cropsey Community Farm

Cropsey Community Farm is a project of the Rockland Farm Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to creating and preserving farmland in Rockland County, NY. We also provide educational opportunities for people of all ages to learn about sustainable farming practices.

Cropsey Community Farm is the largest CSA model farm in the NY metro area. The historic 25 acres of farmland in New City were saved from development in the early 2000s, and the property is now farmed in harmony with nature using sustainable methods. Cropsey produces certified organic, nutrient-rich produce 12 months per year in the fertile fields and hoop houses.

Cropsey's CSA provides members with a share of the farm's harvest for a 25-week growing season from late May through November. CSA members enjoy over 40 varieties of fresh, seasonal produce, herbs and cut flowers, plus discounted access to our Farm Community Workshops series, Junior Farmers Summer Camp, Family Farm Days, and our Annual Twilight Farm Dinner.

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Pickup Locations

Cropsey Community Farm
220 S. Little Tor Road
New City, ny 10956
Tue 3:00:pm-7:00:pm / Sat 9:00:am-1:00:pm

For General Vegetable Share, Working Vegetable Share, and Cut-Your-Own Flowers members

Hungry Hollow Co-op
841 Chestnut Ridge Road
Chestnut Ridge, ny 10977
Sat 2:00:pm-7:00:pm

For Pre-Packaged Vegetable Shares 

Valley Cottage Library
110 NY-303
Valley Cottage, ny 10989
Tue 5:00:pm-7:00:pm

For Pre-Packaged Vegetable Shares

Nyack Farmers' Market
119 Main Street
Nyack, ny 10960
Thu 8:00:am-2:00:pm

For Pre-Packaged Vegetable Shares 

Additional Farm Offerings

Classes / Workshops / Farm Store / Retail / On-Farm Events / Payment Plans / Subsidized Shares / Volunteer Opportunities / Working Shares

This web directory is a community resource to help you research your local CSA options. If you discover a CSA program that meets your needs, you must contact the farm directly to invest in a share. The Hudson Valley CSA Coalition does not facilitate any financial transactions.