Glynwood is an agricultural nonprofit with a mission to ensure the Hudson Valley is a region defined by food, where farming thrives. Our farm is a working model for regenerative practices and serves as a training ground for apprentices while providing fresh, locally-grown food to our community.

Our produce operation grows 50 different USDA Certified Organic vegetable crops. Our livestock operation is Animal Welfare Approved and all of our animals are pasture-raised. Available livestock products include beef, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, and goat. The diets of meat birds and pigs are supplemented with non-GMO feed, and our cattle are strictly grass-fed and grass-finished.

We offer 120 vegetable CSA shares during the regular growing season and 35 winter vegetable shares. Regular season vegetable shares are offered as full-shares that are distributed every week and half-shares, which can be picked up every other week. We also offer a subsidized share option for SNAP beneficiaries.


Vegetable Share (regular season): late May through early November (24 weeks)

Winter Vegetable Share: Mid-November through February (14 weeks, biweekly pick-ups)


Vegetable full-shares (24 pickups): $800

Vegetable half-shares (12 pickups): $420

Winter vegetable shares: $400

Please contact Glynwood’s Vegetable Production Manager, Jarret Nelson, at jnelson@glynwood.org if you would like to inquire about payment plan options, or subsidized shares for SNAP beneficiaries (instead of purchasing your share through Glynwood's online store).

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Pickup Locations

Glynwood Farm
362 Glynwood Road
Cold Spring, NY 10516
Tue 2:00:pm-6:00:pm / Fri 2:00:pm-6:00:pm

Members may choose either Tuesday or Friday pickup for the regular season vegetable CSA. 

Additional Farm Offerings

Classes / Workshops / EBT / SNAP Accepted / Farm Store / Retail / On-Farm Events / Payment Plans / Specialty Shares / Subsidized Shares / Volunteer Opportunities / Winter 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.