Here you will find all you need to know about the Bet Torah CSA, which started in 2011, including CSA program news and happenings and CSA related events and activities in our community. Our CSA newsletter will be emailed to you each week during the CSA season and a few other times during the year.
What is the organization Hazon and what does it have to do with the Bet Torah CSA?
The mission of the organization Hazon is to create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond. Our programs are multi-generational and give entree points for Jews of all backgrounds who are concerned about the environment and the world. Hazon CSA sites include JCC’s, synagogues, Jewish day schools, and Hillels. Bet Torah decided to use Hazon’s extensive CSA trainings and on going support to start our CSA. In our monthly CSA training call conferences we connect with other CSA’s all over our country. Together we learn how to keep our CSA shareholders happy, connected to the goals of “Community Supported Agriculture” and to Jewish values and beliefs. Read more... We encourage you to visit Hazon’s website – www.hazon.org
The program will deliver the freshest organic vegetables, fruits and herbs right to Bet Torah from Blooming Hill Farm. From May to November, each week you and your family will hand-pick a variety of locally-grown produce delivered fresh that day to Bet Torah from the Farm. Weekly pick-ups at Bet Torah will be on Wednesdays between 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Day/time subject to change due to holidays)
CSA REGISTRATION FORM FOR 2017...Click HERE
THE BOUNTY OF THE COUNTY- CSA: Westchester Style - Article please Download HERE.
For more information or questions, please contact:
Lisa Futterman at [email protected]