Join or Renew

We are accepting sign-ups for our 2018 season through May 26, 2018. Join today to reserve your share!

To become a member of the Central Park West CSA or to renew your membership, purchase a Membership (Full Share or Half Share). This determines the quantity of vegetables you will pick up each week.

A Full Share typically feeds 3-4 people. A Half Share can feed 1-2 people. The season lasts 22 weeks (June 6-October 30).

2018 prices:

When and where will I pick up my produce?

Members pick up their share(s) in front of Book Culture (Columbus Avenues between W 81st and 82nd Sts) on Tuesdays between 4-7pm, with the exception of Thursday, September 13, and Thursday, September 20.

What happens to my produce if I don’t pick it up by 7 PM?

If a member is unable to pick up (or have someone else pick up) their share for the week, it will be donated to a local organization in the community called West Side Campaign Against Hunger.

What are the requirements for joining the CSA?

In addition to purchasing a Full Share or Half Share of vegetables, each member is required to volunteer to help with distribution / cleanup. Our CSA is run by the members. We have no paid staff. Our CSA cannot function without all of us who belong to the CSA. Once you sign up, we will send you information about how to select shifts, roles and dates that work for you.

When is the deadline to sign up?

The deadline to sign up for the 2018 season is May 26.

Where can I find more information?

To find out more about the Central Park West CSA and our farmers, visit the About Us page. To learn more about the benefits of joining, have a look at the Why Join? section. If you still have questions, send us a note.

Ready to join? Select a Membership option to get started!

MEMBERSHIP – FULL SHARE

A Full Share Membership ($620) entitles the CSA member to a full vegetable share, which provides produce for 3-4 people. More Info »

MEMBERSHIP – HALF SHARE

A Half Share Membership ($330) entitles the CSA member to a half (1/2) vegetable share, which provides produce for 1-2 people. More Info »