Membership Options for 2023

Season Details

The first pickup is Sunday, June 18, 2023 and ends Sunday, November 19. Summer/Fall 2023 pickups take place on Sunday mornings, from 8:00am to 11:00am, at the Kew Gardens Cinemas Park (on Austin St just off Lefferts Blvd).

Sign up for a biweekly share–there are 12 distributions in Summer 2023.

  • We are no longer offering BREAD or MEAT shares
  • Members can also shop at the Garden of Eve webstore for additional items.

Here is a brief description of your share choices. Be sure to consult the complete information on each share at the Garden of Eve website as you make your choices. If you have questions about anything, ask us or the farm.

Everybody starts out with an obligatory vegetable share of any kind listed below. To this they can add on a variety of options including a Fruit Share, Egg Share , Sunflower Share, Cheese/Dairy Share and Craft Beer. Further details can be found on the Farmigo signup page.

Vegetable Biweekly Share
$34.17 / 12 distributions on A week = $410.04
7-9 vegetable and herb items per pick up, includes enough vegetables for two large vegetarian meals per week, for a family – or sides for the whole week.

COMBO Biweekly (Vegetables, Fruit, Flower, Eggs)
$63.34 / 12 distributions on A week = $760.08 / season
The Biweekly Combo responds for POPULAR DEMAND for a little bit of everything at a reasonable price. It includes a biweekly share of veg, fruit, flowers and eggs at $10 off the total price of the shares if purchased separately

Vegeholic BiWeekly Share (2x Veg!)
$64.17 / week / 12 Distributions = $770.04 / season
Get double the vegetables of the weekly vegetable share, for less than twice the price! It is $45 off the cost of two biweekly vegetable shares! If you find yourself running out of veggies after a few days with our regular weekly share, are a big juicer, raw foodist, or paleo-dieter, this is the solution for you!

This share should last you the whole week, for veggie meals every day or extensive juicing. It will be approximately 5-6 bunches of greens per week and 15-20 lbs additional vegetables. It will be a lot of veggies at some points in the season, so please take this into account!


Many people are joining CSAs at this time because they want more options: far fewer people handle your food versus supermarkets; it is a dependable stream for food in a fragile food chain; farm food is healthy and helps build the immune system; knowing where your food comes from helps build trust.

We are adapting to the current crisis. Our shares are pre-packaged at the farm in bags with members’ names, so you can grab and go. No one else touches your food. On site, we wear masks, provide sanitizer, and everyone observes social distancing.