Our 2023 CSA is now CLOSED!
We are grateful for another great CSA season with our partner, Nolasco Farms. Instead, join us for a one-time Thanksgiving Share, available for a brief time this holiday season.
What makes this CSA unique?
Hell’s Kitchen Farm Project is unique in its emphasis on ensuring all members of the community have access to fresh produce.
The CSA is designed to enable low-income families and individuals to participate and receive the nutritious produce everyone needs. Community organizations, such as Clinton Housing Development Company and Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries, and community members partner to subsidize shares as well as donate shares to a local food pantry.
The CSA is a great way to buy fresh produce from a local farmer. CSA members assist the farmer by paying in advance for a seasonal share of the farm’s products, and in turn receive a weekly share of products directly from the farm all season long.
It’s fresh and delicious! Unlike the vegetables you get in the grocery store, the produce CSA members get is almost always picked the same day it is delivered.
What is HKFP CSA?
What else does membership involve?
Being part of a CSA is also about donating some of your time. Each full share requires a 4 hour work commitment (at least 2 hours at a weekly CSA pick up). Other 2 hours can include volunteering at the RMM Food Pantry, rooftop farm volunteer hours and helping at the weekly CSA distribution at Metro Baptist Church. If you have other ideas how you could lend a hand to the CSA we'd love to hear from you!
$605 for 22 weeks
Half Share (pick-up every other week)
$335 for 11 weeks
$105 for 10 weeks
Subsidized shares and payment plans are sometimes available. Contact us for more info!
Please consider sponsoring a share today. This sponsorship will donate a share to the RMM Food Pantry or offset costs for members in need.
Wednesdays, 4:30-7:30pm (May 31-Oct 25)
Metro Baptist Church
410 W 40th St. (between 9th and 10th)
Some of what you can expect in your share this season:
Shares offerings vary throughout the season.
A full share is generally enough vegetables for 3-4 people a week and a half share is generally enough for 1-2 people per week.