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THE NYC CSA MODEL
(IS ALIVE & WELL)

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has played a vital role to get food to New Yorkers for at least the last 50 years. 

But getting food into a big city is tricky. There's traffic; lots of competition; little space; and so many logistics. 

To cope, New Yorkers developed a totally unique way to partner with communities to make it work -- all with the goal of getting fresh food where it's needed most. 

 

Farm Generations Cooperative partnered with Just Food, GrowNYC and local farms to review how CSAs are doing after all these years and to train new farmers on how to get started. 
 

LEARN TO SELL CSA IN NYC

STATUS REPORT ON NYC CSAs

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has played a vital role to get food to New Yorkers for at least the last 50 years. 

But getting food into a big city is tricky. There's traffic; lots of competition; little space; and so many logistics. 

To cope, New Yorkers developed a totally unique way to partner with communities to make it work -- all with the goal of getting fresh food where it's needed most. 

 

Farm Generations Cooperative partnered with Just Food, GrowNYC and local farms to review how CSAs are doing after all these years and to train new farmers on how to get started. 
 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has played a vital role to get food to New Yorkers for at least the last 50 years. 

But getting food into a big city is tricky. There's traffic; lots of competition; little space; and so many logistics. 

To cope, New Yorkers developed a totally unique way to partner with communities to make it work -- all with the goal of getting fresh food where it's needed most. 

 

Farm Generations Cooperative partnered with Just Food, GrowNYC and local farms to review how CSAs are doing after all these years and to train new farmers on how to get started. 
 

WATCH A WORKSHOP

TEST NEW GROWNBY FEATURES FOR CSA FARMERS

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has played a vital role to get food to New Yorkers for at least the last 50 years. 

But getting food into a big city is tricky. There's traffic; lots of competition; little space; and so many logistics. 

To cope, New Yorkers developed a totally unique way to partner with communities to make it work -- all with the goal of getting fresh food where it's needed most. 

 

Farm Generations Cooperative partnered with Just Food, GrowNYC and local farms to review how CSAs are doing after all these years and to train new farmers on how to get started. 
 

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