Rock Steady Farm & Flowers

We are a women and queer owned cooperative farm, rooted in social justice, growing sustainable vegetables, flowers and herbs for our upstate and NYC communities.


  • We believe everyone has the right to high quality produce; food access and social justice inform our business model.

  • We celebrate our identities, and make safer spaces for LGBTQ and BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of color) farmers to thrive.

  • We feel the urgency of our climate crisis, and strive to steward our land with regenerative agriculture practices.


Our 275-member CSA serves our local upstate neighbors as well as our NYC community. We offer weekly vegetable shares, plus egg, fruit, cheese, meat and yogurt options from neighboring farms. Sliding scale pricing, fundraising and community partnerships ensure our food reaches people across all income levels and lived experiences.

We also work with restaurant owners and grocers!

Quotes from Members:

"Rock Steady Farm has the best CSA we've ever participated in. No question."

"Going to Rocksteady to pick up one's share on an early Saturday morning is a very special experience. The site is just beautiful, people greet you with warm smiles -- in fact, everyone there, young and old, seems to be having a terrific time; and what you take home fills your week with wonderful meals. "

"Joining your CSA allowed our family to be exposed to fresh grown vegetables and really opened the doors for my littles and my husband (who is a self-professed veggie disliker). It allowed me to try out new recipes and styles of cooking! We loved it!"

"Rock Steady Farm continues to be the best CSA we have belonged to. Consistently great produce, friendly faces, and lots of fun!"

"The quality, beauty, and variety of the produce are outstanding and some of the reasons we members love the CSA. The friendly and flexible staff make pick up a pleasure. The opportunity for some choice among the vegetables available enables members to focus on getting what they like to eat. And u-pick of herbs and vegetables is good for the soul! Belonging to the CSA will change how you eat for the better. "


All shares offered June - October (20 wks)


We offer sliding scale pricing on our vegetable shares. During the sign up process, you'll be able to select the payment level that best aligns with your income and background.

Half Vegetable Share: $340 - $640

Full Vegetable Share: $500 - $1000

Price includes your weekly share of vegetables as well as the cost of admin/delivery/distribution to your CSA pick up location, calculated at $4/wk.

We also offer installment plans for those who need it, with a 20% deposit to hold your spot.

Get details about our full diet CSA add-ons (eggs, fruit, cheese, meat and yogurt) right HERE.

More ways to participate:

Solidarity Shares are provided through our Food Access Fund, which distributes partially and fully subsidized produce to eligible folks who cannot otherwise afford to participate at all. We also have SNAP/EBT access available.

If you are able, consider making a tax-deductible contribution to our Food Access Fund HERE.

Sign Up

Pickup Locations

Rock Steady Farm
41 Kaye Road
Millerton, ny 12546
Sat 9:00:am-1:00:pm

Membership Perk: If members can not come to the farm during our pick up hours on Saturday we offer flexible pick up from our cooler anytime between Saturday at 1pm to Monday at 2pm. 

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
356 W 18th St
New York, ny
Wed 12:00:pm-7:00:pm

The Grey Dog (West Village)
49 Carmine St
New York, ny
Wed 3:00:pm-7:00:pm

Brooklyn Community Pride Center
1360 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, ny 11216
Sun 12:00:pm-12:00:pm

Starr Bar (Bushwick)
215 Starr St
Brooklyn, ny
Thu 5:00:pm-9:00:pm

JCC (Clinton Hill)
309 Grand Ave
Brooklyn, ny
Thu 2:00:pm-7:00:pm

Woodbine (Queens)
1882 Woodbine Street
Ridgewood, ny
Sat 10:00:am-12:00:pm

Additional Farm Offerings

Classes / Workshops / EBT / SNAP Accepted / On-Farm Events / Payment Plans / PYO / Specialty Shares / 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.