Eldert Street Garden

315 Eldert Street
Brooklyn
NY 11237

Eldert Street Garden

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Eldert Street CSA is a Mutually beneficial partnership between Nolasco Farm in Andover, NJ and the Bushwick community. CSA members purchase a "Share" of the farms harvest at the beginning of the season, providing a stable and secure financial base for our farmer, and in return members receive a weekly share of the farm's bounty, as well as the satisfaction gained from supporting and knowing your local farmers!

Weekly from June through October, Nolasco Farm will deliver shares of their harvest to the Eldert Street Community Garden (315 Eldert St, Brooklyn) where members of the CSA will come together to pick up their share. Shares consist of 8-10 different types of organic herbs and vegetables per week and are changing constantly throughout the season! (check out "The Farm" page for a list of veggies you can look forward to recieving!)

The CSA also provides educational opportunities and events for members to get to know their neighbors and learn more about our food! Our CSA is a volunteer run organization. A committed community is the only way to make this happen! Be a part of this movement and insure your families access to healthy affordable foods!

(954) 649 2470

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