Community Supported Markets

Thank you for your interest in CitySeed’s Community Supported Market Program.  If you were a past CSM subscriber, thank you for your support over the years.

CitySeed will not be offering our Community Supported Market Program for the 2015 season.

One of CitySeed’s current focus is on building a community kitchen to expand cooking education to compliment our existing programs.  Kitchen@CitySeed will be a certified commercial teaching kitchen that will provide a space for community members to host events, workshops and potentially serve as a food business incubator.  This kitchen now occupies the space that once was used to pack up weekly CSM shares and unfortunately has a direct impact on our capacity to carry out the program.  As a result, we have decided to phase out the Community Supported Market program for 2015.  We hope that you will be able to join us in our new kitchen with events and offerings we are planning for this year and we thank you so very much for your support of the CSM program over the years.Although CitySeed will not be offering a CSM program this year, there are a couple of wonderful CSAs in our area that can be taken advantage of. In fact, some of these farms have been our traditional suppliers of the CSM!

Massaro Farm CSA – Organic Veggies
Pick up in Woodbridge OR Cedarhurst Cafe in 9th Sq, on Wednesday (space is limited at Cedarhurst)

Hindinger Farm CSA – Vegetables and Fruit
Pick up in Hamden Wed. or Sat.

Four Root Market Shares – pay upfront and pick out produce at the Sunday Edgewood Farmers’ Market.
In addition to these farms, there are a few farms that have CSA pickups at the CitySeed Wooster Square Farmers’ Market:

Barberry Hill, Stone Gardens and Waldingfield Farm

Also, the following is a complete list of CSAs in our county.

Again, we cannot thank you enough your support over the years.  We certainly enjoyed delivering veggies across our city and providing a little excitement and a taste of the season!
Please contact Ashley Kremser at ashley[at]