Sorry, there are no more spots for the 2013 Season. Please follow us on Facebook to be alerted when 2014 shares are available.
Our 2013 harvest season runs for 20 weeks, from June to October.
For the vegetables, we offer two types of shares: Full Shares and Half Shares. Full shares are distributed weekly throughout the season. Half share members receives the same amount of food every other week. Your shares are harvested as close to the distribution day as is physically possible (generally the day before) so that you can enjoy the freshest food available.
Vegetable Share: $400 Full Share (20 weeks) or $210 Half Share (10 Distributions) *both average $20/week. Discounted shares available to eligible families.
La Baraja Farm offers over 50 different types and varieties of vegetables, some of which are traditional Mexican ingredients in addition to regional staples. The vegetable share will include swiss chard, kale, tomatillo, celery, squash, beets, cilantro, lettuce, quelites, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, potatos, tomatoes, sweet corn, and many varieties of peppers. Typically, each week’s share contains 7-9 different items(1-2lbs each), enough to feed a family of 2-4.
Fruit Share: $180 Full Share(20 weeks) *approx $9/week
Wilklow Orchards, located in the Hudson Valley, will bring us–nature permitting–a wide variety of high quality fruit throughout the season, including: all kinds of berries, nectarines and peaches, red and black currants, apples, pears and plums. The fruit is seasonal and comes from a “low spray” orchard.A typical share might consist of a pint of berries or several pounds of apples. Enjoy the immediate vibrancy of locally grown fruit.
Egg Share: Due to a difficult 2011 season, La Baraja eggs won’t be Available for 2012-2013 Season.
These pastured happy hens roam free as they forage for clover, seeds, bugs and worms. Their diet is supplemented by grains, minerals, and vitamins without antibiotics or hormones. Pastured eggs are known to contain higher amounts of vitamins A, E, Omega-3 fatty acids and less cholesterol than conventionally farmed eggs. Break open a pastured egg beside a factory egg and you will see and taste the obvious difference.