Sweet Land Farm Winter CSA Options 

Sign me up! For 6 bi-weekly WINTER shares (December - February) of abundant locally grown, organic produce! (There are 7 distributions and a share pays for 6, so there is one built in 'miss'.) Spaces are limited and reserved on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure your space, fill out and submit this application and send in your check today! 

Send deposit to: 
Sweet Land Farm: 9732 State Route 96, Trumansburg NY 14886 
To pay using Cash or EBT-Food Stamps, please contact the farm. 
To pay by credit or debit card, please use the paypal links here: https://sweetlandfarm.org/join-support-healthy-food-for-all 

***PLEASE NOTE- Your space in the CSA is NOT reserved until your DEPOSIT is RECEIVED by the farm.*** 

Questions? Please get in touch! phone: Email: sweetlandfarmcsa@gmail.com 

SPECIAL INFORMATION regarding our shares: 

There are 2 bi-weekly share options: 

Winter Share at Sweet Land Farm - cost: $175 

Distributions are Wednesdays from 2-7pm at the farm. 
There are 7 distributions and a share pays for 6, so there is one built in 'miss'. 
Distribution dates are as follows: 12/ 5, 12/19, 1/2, 1/16, 1/30, 2/20, 3/6. 
We start the Winter CSA after Thanksgiving and schedule the distributions to skip Christmas and New Years. 
Members fill 2 Sweet Land Bags with whatever they want at each distribution. 


Members pick up a boxed share at various locations on Thursday starting at noon. 
Pick-up locations to choose from are: 
Mimi's Attic, Ithaca noon until 6pm 
Atlas Bowl, Trumansburg noon until 10pm 
The Piggery, Ithaca noon until 7pm 

Pick-ups are bi-weekly and occur on the following Thursdays:12/6, 12/20, 1/3, 1/17, 1/31, 2/21, 3/7 
There are 7 distributions and a share pays for 6, so there is one built in 'miss'.

2020 HFFA Winter Share on the Farm
2020 HFFA Winter Sampler Box

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!