2021 HFFA Shares are now available



We are proud to be part of the Healthy Food for All Program. Healthy Food for All is a farmer-driven initiative that partners local CSA farms with Cornell Cooperative Extension to make fresh, seasonal produce accessible to all community members regardless of income. We have a limited amount of subsidized shares. 

 If you are unemployed or have recently experienced a change in household income due to COVID-19 measures, please self-determine your eligibility based on expected income and/or unemployment benefits over the next 6 months (for more information about unemployment benefits, including recent provisions that may make more benefits available to you and how to apply, please visit https://www.ny.gov/services/get-unemployment-assistance).



Sign up for a share on the HFFA link. Then send a a payment by check to Sweet Land Farm at: 9732 Route 96 Trumansburg, NY 14886. You can send one check or five post dated checks. A Two Adult Household Share could be paid with 5 payments for $65 and a One Adult Household Share can be paid with 5 payments of $55. You can also make EBT payments at Greenstar. Please take a picture of your receipt and email it to sweetlandfarmcsa@gmail.com if you are paying by EBT.


Sign up for a share on the HFFA link. We are excited to be using PayPal, so no snail mail necessary! There is a convenience fee included in this option. Please go to the bottom of this page for the link to PayPal. You can pay the share in full through PayPal or make an initial first 1/5 payment. The remaining payments can be made throughout the season. Details at the bottom of the page. 


Weekly distribution of richly grown produce of your choice in a Filled Sweet Land Farm bag. You pick and choose the vegetables each week that go into your bag. 
Itemized vegetables including tomatoes and garlic. 
Access to u-pick crops like strawberries, raspberries, peas, beans, flowers, kale, chard, etc. Most of the u-pick crops become unlimited! When we say unlimited we mean it! 
Invitation to farm events 
An invitation to come to the farm for family or personal recreation - walks, picnics, etc. 
A Sweet Land Farm bag for new members 
Access to recipes from CookWithWhatYouHave.com 


Weekly distribution of richly grown produce of your choice in a Half Filled Sweet Land Farm bag 
Itemized vegetables including tomatoes and garlic 
Access to u-pick crops 
Invitation to farm events 
An invitation to come to the farm for family or personal recreation - walks, picnics, etc. 
A Sweet Land Farm bag for new members 
Access to recipes from CookWithWhatYouHave.com 
Note: The only difference between the Single Adult Share and the Two Adult Share will be that the Single Adult Share receives a half a bag of vegetables every week. The itemized limits will be the same as the Two Adult Share ie. you will receive the same amount of tomatoes and garlic. The u-pick limits are the same as well as the invitation to farm events and access to the farm. 
Another Important note: The Single Adult Household Share is not a half share. It is not for two adults. If another adult is in your household and they 'do not eat vegetables' or have another source of vegetables this share is not for you. If you have two adults in your household I would hope you would purchase the two adult household share and help us cover the true cost of sustainable farming. We are in this together, the cost of the CSA share covers the expenses of the farm. That is how it is priced. We work hard to keep the share affordable and are committed to investing in soil fertility and paying our employees a living wage. We are happy to be involved in the Healthy Food For All program, which helps families who qualify receive financial assistance to purchase a CSA share. 


Shareholders come to the farm to pick up their share. PYO (pick your own) crops can be harvested anytime during the season any time between dawn and dusk, and as often as you wish. The Summer 2019 CSA season runs for 23 weeks (start date to be determined). Distributions will be held on the farm every Tuesday or Friday from 1-7p.m. Members may come to either distribution day, but only once per week. The distribution shed is also open from 8-noon on Saturdays for people who missed the main distribution, however we do not staff or restock the barn. Members may switch between distribution days as often as they wish – there is no need to let the farm know if you are coming Tuesday one week, and Friday the next. You will find the distribution barn and farm layout beautiful and easy to use. 


Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Celery, Celeriac, Cilantro, Escarole, Dill, European Cucumbers, Eggplant, Fennel, Garlic, Greens, Asian greens, Pac choi, Kale, Collards, Leeks, Onions, Head lettuce, Salad mix, Parsley, Parsnips, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Daikon, Spinach, Summer squash, Winter squash, Chard, Tomatoes - standard, heirloom, Turnips, and Herbs! 


Strawberries, Raspberries, Green beans, Fingerling Potatoes, Edamame, Basil, Dill, Parsley, CIlantro, Kale, Chard, Peas, Shishito Peppers,Cherry & Paste Tomatoes, Tomatillos, Hot Peppers, Lots of Flowers and Herbs! 


We are also a location for other CSA pick-ups including , Wide Awake Bakery, and Wellspring Forest Farm.

2021 HFFA Two Adult Household Share 1/5 payment
2021 HFFA Single Adult Household Share 1/5 payment

Support HFFA 

We believe that healthy food should be available to everyone, regardless of income! 

The Healthy Food for All Program was founded as a partnership of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and area farms, including Sweet Land Farm, the Full Plate Farm Collective, Ithaca Organics, Buried Treasures Farm, Westhaven Farm, and Kestrel Perch Berries.  The program provides subsidized CSA shares to low-income households in the Ithaca area.  HFFA is made possible by many local fundraising efforts, like Harvest Dinner ticket sales, other benefit events, and donations from individual CSA members--these shares are truly "community supported!"

Would you like to help other families join the CSA? Consider making a donation to Healthy Food For All on the button to the left. Learn more about Healthy Food For All on our HFFA page on this website. Thank you!