MimoMex Farm

MimoMex Farm (formerly RodriMex Farm) is operated by the Rodriguez Family--a multi-generational farming family originally from Puebla, Mexico. Owners Martín & Gaudencia Rodriguez both grew up on farms, and have been farming for well over a decade in the Black Dirt Region of Orange County, known for its extremely fertile soil left over from an ancient glacial lake bottom. The Rodriguezes began leasing land there in 2004, and soon after purchased their 16-acre farm in Goshen, NY.

Family, tradition and community are very important to MimoMex Farm. Believing in the same practices they utilized growing up in Mexico, they raise their produce with a high standard of quality, combining ecologically friendly and environmentally sound practices with ancestral family values, to grow healthy, delicious produce. MimoMex Farm grows over 80 varieties of vegetables with a focus on Mexican specialties like tomatillos, summer squash, papalo, and jalapeños in addition to regional staples like beets and sweet corn.

In addition to CSA, they sell their produce through farmers markets in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.


MimoMex sells shares through Sunset Park CSA, Southside CSA and the CSA is SNAP program. CSA is a SNAP shares are available for pickup on a weekly basis at the Poe Park Greenmarket, Tuesdays July through November. For more information on CSA is a SNAP, please email Michelle Hughes or call the farm directly.


See Sunset Park CSA and Southside CSA for pricing information.

CSA is a SNAP pricing: $12.50/week.

Pickup Locations

Poe Park Greenmarket
192nd St &, Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10458
Tue 8:00:am-3:00:pmCSA is a SNAP pickup only.

BIBA Building
Kent Ave and N 8th
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Mon 6:30:pm-8:30:pmThis pickup is organized through South Side CSA.

St. Michael's Church
42nd Street between 3rd and 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Wed 5:30:pm-7:30:pmThis pickup is organized by Sunset Park CSA.

Additional Farm Offerings

EBT / SNAP Accepted

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.