Kew Gardens Community Arts Day

This Sunday, September 9th, from 11am-5pm is Kew Gardens Community Arts Day all along Lefferts Blvd. and Austin St., including Kew Gardens Cinemas Park.

To accommodate this community event, we are shortening our distribution on 9/9/18 by 30min: 9:30am-11am.  We will also be tabling in front of the Queens Dollar Store on Lefferts next to Pink Lily.  Feel free to stop by or volunteer!

Kew Gardens Community Arts Day Poster 2018

2018 Kew Gardens Community Arts Day

Helpful Documentation for CSA Members

NEED TO KEEP TRACK OF “A” or “B” WEEKS? – Please bookmark our website calendar here, or save the dates to your own Google calendar.

REMINDER: Please make sure to sign up for at least ONE distribution volunteer shift. Volunteering and meeting your neighbors is a key part of the CSA experience. Just comment on your preferred spots on the linked Google doc and we’ll assign the first member to that shift.

Here are some relevant docs for our CSA Members:

Garden of Eve CSA Membership Agreement

Garden of Eve CSA Member Handbook


Kew Gardens Farm-To-Table Group Begins Second Season

The Kew Gardens CSA kicks off its second year on Sunday, June 10th, 2018.

“Last summer was great,” organizer and founding member Kevin Burns said, “but we really want to get the word out to the greater Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill and Briarwood communities. Sustainable, organic, direct-from-farm vegetables and fruit is here to stay.”

CSA, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture, is a model which involves members picking up, either weekly or bi-weekly, a large box of seasonal vegetables grown on local farms. For Kew Gardens, vegetables are provided from the Garden of Eve, an organic family farm in nearby Riverhead, Long Island. (Fruits, cheese, flowers and eggs and homemade beer are also available for an extra charge.)

Pick-ups are conducted Sunday mornings from June 10th into mid-November in Kew Gardens Cinema park, at the corner of Lefferts Boulevard and Austin Street. “We’re received a lot of support in the community,” Laura Feldman Hay, one of the group leaders, said.

Christopher Blosser, a member, said the CSA was a welcome addition to the neighborhood. “It brings together those with a common interest in healthy cooking and social justice, providing an opportunity to become acquainted with (and have a financial share in) a local organic farm,” he said. “There are CSA’s in other parts of Queens, but having one operating from Kew Gardens is convenient for us as well as our neighbors.”

New members are being accepted through the first week of June. Sign-ups are done via the farm’s website:

To learn more, go to or email



Winter 17-18 Member Satisfaction Survey

We’re pleased to announce the results of our Winter 17-18 Member Satisfaction Survey:

We received 9 responses.

How satisfied are you with the Kew Gardens CSA Winter Share?

– 33.3% were extremely satisfied
– 55.6% were satisfied
– 11.1% were neutral

How satisfied are you with the farm (Garden of Eve)?

– 55.6% were extremely satisfied
– 22.2% were satisfied
– 22.2% were neutral

Would you sign up for the Winter Share next year?

– 55.6% responded YES
– 33.3% responded maybe
– 11.1% responded no

Do you plan on signing up for the 2018 Summer/Fall Share?

– 44.4% responded YES
– 33.3% responded that they had already signed up (can’t wait!)
– 22.2% responded no




Have further thoughts, impressions or suggestions to share in relation to your Winter CSA experience? — you’re welcome to share on our Kew Gardens CSA Facebook members group.