Low Income Organic Vegetable CSA Fund
Willow Wisp Organic Farm of Abrahamsville, PA -- a Shop Local Save Land provider -- launched a fund for Low Income Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares. CSA members come to the farm on Fridays between 5 PM and 7 PM to pick up a seasonal mix of fresh organic vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers. Those who wish to apply for a low income share should please send a letter of interest to Greg Swartz:
25 Stone House Rd., Damascus, PA 18415
For more information about the fund and the CSA program visit the Willow Wisp website.
Willow Wisp Organic Farm began in 2008 by Greg Swartz and Tannis Kowalchuk in the town of Abrahamsville, PA. Located 4 miles from Callicoon, NY, the Delaware River provides rich river bottom soil for growing a diverse mix of vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers. The farm sells its produce at the Callicoon and Barryville Farmers Markets and operates a CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture program that feeds over 60 Upper Delaware River families in the summer and winter seasons. Willow Wisp Organic Farm is dedicated to feeding our local community with healthy pesticide-free food, and building healthier soil through sustainable farming practices.