PRICE INFORMATION

$200 for 10 weeks of vegetables//No half shares// Enough veggies for 2-4 people//Cash or check only//Payment must be received by August 1, 2012//Please contact Emlyn for all payment related questions //cookingqueenquail[at]googlemail[.]com

Fall 2012 Share Sign-ups are here!

New and old shareholders, it’s time to sign up for your Fall 2012 Share! Get your share of fresh, organic veggies for next fall within the last month of school and have something… Continue reading

Tabling times!

We will be tabling at the following times/locations: 1. Tabling, Friday 4/12, Joe’s Cafe, Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University, 1-3 pm 2. Tabling, Wednesday 4/17, Joe’s Cafe, Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University, 5:30-7:30… Continue reading

Fall 2011 Deadline has passed!

The August 1st postmark deadline for forms and checks has passed. Thanks to everyone who signed up for a Fall 2011 share, and we’ll see you in September! For those of you who… Continue reading

Last Call for Fall 2011 Shares

July 8, 2011 Hi everyone! We hope the summer finds you living (and eating) well! We’re entering the final stretch for fall shares. Checks and forms must be postmarked by August 1st in… Continue reading

Let’s Stay Together

Many thanks to CSA member Yoni for making the video!

FALL 2010: Week 7 and 8

Week 8: 1 bunch of kale 1 bunch of collard greens 1 bunch of cilantro 1 lb sweet potatoes 1 lb carrots 1 lb onions 1 butternut squash 1 pumpkin Week 7: 1… Continue reading

FALL 2010 Week 6

The share for this week is: 1 lb eggplants 1 lb onions 1 lb potatoes 2 sweet potatoes 2 baby pumpkins 4 poblano peppers 1 bunch of parsley 1 bunch of collard greens… Continue reading

FALL 2010: Week 5

The share for this week is: 1 bunch of cilantro 1 bunch of mint 1 bunch of beets 1 bunch of swiss chard 1 bunch of bok choy 1 lb onions 1 lb… Continue reading

Everyone Loves Vegetables!

Great news! The Morningside Heights CSA is mentioned in an article that appeared in today’s issue of the Columbia Daily Spectator. The last five paragraphs of the piece are about the CSA. Although… Continue reading