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Welcome to Flushing CSA!

Do you ever wonder where your food comes from, when it was picked, what is in it, or if it is safe and nutritious? Some of us in the community have partnered with local farmers to make sure we know what we put on our family’s table. By eating smarter, we also help New York’s small farmers. Our goal is to allow Flushing residents to have direct access to high-quality, organic, super-fresh food grown locally by regional farmers.

When you become a CSA member, you’re purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a local farmer. We pay our farmer in the spring and our investment brings us weekly supplies of just-picked fruits and vegetables – delivered to our neighborhood every Wednesday, from June to November, at Flushing Friends Meeting.

History & Mission

IMG_20160206_152522Flushing CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) was established in 2012 by local volunteers with a passion for great tasting and nutritious food, a healthy and vibrant community, and food justice and equity.  We have worked with farms located in the East End of Long Island, to farms in the Hudson Valley. We are currently partnered with organic Norwich Meadow Farm in Chenango County. We also work with the citywide Just Food network, the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, and other partners to expand access to fresh, locally-grown, organic food in our community.  In addition to our weekly pick-ups at Flushing Meeting House during the harvest season, we also organize educational forums and food festivals throughout the year.  Come out and join us!