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Old Barn HollowWe’re excited to offer a second Binghamton CSA Share pick-up site at Old Barn Hollow!  Old Barn Hollow is a local food lover’s dream,  deeply committed to offering products  grown and crafted within  a 100 mild radius of Binghamton.  Most of their products are  even closer, within a 50 mile radius of Binghamton.  Visit their store, located at 1217 Vestal Ave ,  and you can view mile markers for each of their products and learn more about their vendors.    In addition to  local products, Old Barn Hollow has a busy kitchen offering handmade jams and jellies, and more.    Inside the store you’ll find fresh eggs, local meats, fresh seasonal produce, artisan cheese,  natural beauty products, and a plethora of gluten-free offerings.

Old Barn Hollow

We’ll be offering our Neighborhood CSA Shares at Old Barn Hollow on Fridays from 3 – 6pm.  We have two CSA Share sizes to choose from, the Basic CSA Share and the Premium CSA Share.  Our Basic CSA Share contains 30-35 servings of certified organic produce each week with 7-9 different varieties.  This is a great option for smaller families.  The Premium CSA Share contains 40-45 servings and 10-12 different varieties.  Perfect for 2 adult households and families.  Old Barn Hollow is close to Binghamton University, and we also are pleased to offer the Academic Season Share, starting in late August.  This option works well for students, faculty, and staff who won’t be around in the summer.  The Academic Season Share is the same size as the Basic Share and the season runs late August – mid-November.   Pick-up is simple-stop by Old Barn Hollow on Friday afternoons.  CSA Share boxes will be stacked with a sign-in sheet on top.  Check off your name, and pick up your basic or premium share.

To lear more about our CSA Share Options, visit the share options page.  You can sign-up and pay online, there is a 2% discount for full payment or payment plans available, with 5 monthly installments.

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