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Come meet your farmers!

Join us at a CSA fair + learn about the farms in your community!

 

The Hudson Valley CSA Coalition is hosting a series of CSA Fairs around the Hudson Valley in partnership with Hudson River Exchange and Glynwood.

CSA Fairs provide an opportunity for local residents to learn about the vital role Community Supported Agriculture plays for independent farms, to shop around the various shares available and sign up for their Seasonal Share. From fruits and vegetables to herbal wellness to meat and dairy, CSA shares offer community members access to the diversity of farm fresh products – and land based wisdom – that make Hudson Valley living plentiful and enjoyable.

The Hudson Valley CSA Coalition is a network of more than 70 farms across the region. Through a series of strategic initiatives, including the new CSA Coalition searchable directory, the goals are to collectively expand and diversify CSA memberships, support profitability of farms in this region and convert more residents into shareholders. hudsonvalleycsa.org.

Remember to bring your checkbook for share deposits and be entered to win on-site sign up giveaways when you buy a share at the event!

 


 

HUDSON

Hudson Area Library – March 25th, 1pm-4pm


BEACON

Hudson Valley Brewery – March 29th, 5pm-8pm


KINGSTON

Old Dutch Church – March 31st, 11am-2pm


MILLERTON

Millerton Library – April 7th, 1pm-3pm


TROY + ALBANY

Lucas Confectionery – April 12th 5pm-8pm


RHINEBECK + RED HOOK 

Rhinebeck Town Hall – April 15th 11am-2pm

 


Does your farm offer CSA?

 APPLY HERE TODAY! 

 

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About the Partners + Sponsors

Hudson River Exchange continues the Hudson River’s long history of bringing together people, ideas and commerce by supporting and developing the handmade economy and community surrounding it through experiential retail, markets, workshops and networking events.

Glynwood’s mission is to ensure the Hudson Valley is a region defined by food, where farming thrives.  

In addition, our fairs rely on local farm and business partners for outreach, incentives, and organizing efforts.