Tribeca CSA, in Danger of Closing, Is Seeking New Members

The vegetables are distributed outside Washington Market Park. At right, Stacy Lee, a CSA co-cordinator. 

Jun. 02, 2018

Tribeca’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is entering its 10th season, but organizers fear this will be its last.

“Our enrollment is at an all time low and we are scrambling to sell shares,” CSA co-coordinator Stacy Lee said in an email. “We are also looking at offering a creative 10-week share that would offer the first two weeks in June and then resume in September for folks who are busy or away for the summer.”

The produce, freshly harvested from local farms, is distributed on Tuesdays between June and October, from 3 to 6 p.m. near the entrance to Washington Market Park, Greenwich and Duane Streets. For more information, and to sign up, click here.