Prospect Park CSA

Bringing local, farm-fresh organic produce to Crown Heights & Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative economic model of agriculture and food distribution in which neighbors join together to support a local farm by purchasing “shares” of the season’s harvest.

Become a Prospect Park CSA Member

Sign up window closes May 13, 2023.

Who We Are

Founded in 2011, the Prospect Park CSA partners with Windflower Farm to deliver and distribute fresh produce to CSA members.

The CSA is 100% volunteer-run. Every member pitches in by committing to one or two short work shifts per season. A core group of volunteer organizers manage registration, communication, logistics, and events.

What We Do

Each spring, PPkCSA base membership fees include a weekly full-share or bi-weekly half-share of farm-fresh vegetable harvest. Members also have the option to sign up for fruit, egg, maple, meat, and grain shares.

CSA members are investors in the risks and rewards of sustainable food production. The collective, up-front payment provides the Windflower Farm team resources to jump start the growing season, and it makes

Throughout the 22-week season (June through early November), members receive their weekly share of the farm’s harvest, delivered each Thursday to our neighborhood distribution site, Murder of Crows Fitness, 1010 Dean Street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Contact Us

Have questions about your current CSA membership, suggestions for your PPkCSA core group organizers, or something else to share?

Please email  and we will do our best to respond within 48 hours.