Join the Grand Army Plaza

Market CSA.

 

If you shop with us in Brooklyn, we offer a pre-paid gift card program that helps the farm in the winter and provides you with a 15%* discount on all our great produce and products.

 

You can download the form below and bring it to us at the market or send it to Kira at the farm with your payment. We accept checks by mail, and cash, check, and card* at the market.

 

GAP Market CSA Form

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Join the Farm CSA.

 

Kira also offers a local CSA for people that live in the New Paltz area. Pickups are on Wednesdays from late Spring to late Fall. The CSA operates as a pre-paid debit system providing weekly access to produce fresh from the farm.

 

You can download the signup form below for more details on the season and payment option.

 

Farm CSA Form

Since 2003, Kira Kinney has used Evolutionary Organics to make Certified Naturally Grown produce in her part of the Hudson River Valley's New Paltz, NY.

 

About 80 miles north of New York City, she farms a little over 20 acres of many heirloom vegetables, baby greens, herbs and pasture raised eggs; selling them at the weekly GrowNYC farmer's market in Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn.

Located year-round in Brooklyn, NY at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket

 

Come explore our incredible selection of Organic Produce, Hot Sauces, and Preserved Farm Goods

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Evolutionary Organics - Tractor Girl

Since 2003, Kira Kinney has used Evolutionary Organics to make Certified Naturally Grown produce in her part of the Hudson River Valley's New Paltz, NY.

 

About 80 miles north of New York City, she farms a little over 20 acres of many heirloom vegetables, baby greens, herbs and pasture raised eggs; selling them at the weekly GrowNYC farmer's market in Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn.

Evolutionary Organics - Tractor Girl

Since 2003, Kira Kinney has used Evolutionary Organics to make Certified Naturally Grown produce in her part of the Hudson River Valley's New Paltz, NY.

 

About 80 miles north of New York City, she farms a little over 20 acres of many heirloom vegetables, baby greens, herbs and pasture raised eggs; selling them at the weekly GrowNYC farmer's market in Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn.