Name: Enrique Figueredo
What is your role in the Prospect Park CSA? Afternoon Delivery Site Coordinator and the guy that lives really close by.
Why did you decide to become involved with the CSA? I learned about CSAs in general while working at the delivery site, Fountain Studios. What a cool idea, I thought. I knew I wanted to join the next chance I got.
What do you do when you’re not volunteering with Prospect Park CSA? I paint and carve woodblocks.
What’s your favorite place in our neighborhood? I really dig the arch at Grand Army Plaza and the gold on the Library entrance. I like that entire circle there.
What’s your favorite dish to make with CSA produce? The first time I got a box of vegetables it was heavy on the turnips. I couldn’t identify a turnip, I admit, I am new to this life. Once Google images confirmed that they were turnips, I roasted them and put them together with some spinach and goat cheese and stuff and made a salad. It was fantastic.
We’re having our first CSA event of the year: come out to Covenhoven next Tuesday evening to meet the core group and welcome our special guest Farmer Ted! Happy hour from 6 to 8, and Ted will speak at 6:30. If you haven’t checked it out yet, Covenhoven is a brand new beer bar on Classon between Prospect and Park. Can’t wait to see you there!
We’re excited to open up registration for our remaining 2014 shares!
You can register here.
Thank you for your interest in our CSA, and please share this with your friends and neighbors!
It’s springtime in Brooklyn, and the temperature might just reach 60 today!
Another sign of spring: today we opened priority registration for last year’s CSA members. We will open registration for new members next Friday, April 11. If you’d like to be notified when we open registration, send us an email: email@example.com. Otherwise, stay tuned! In the meantime, check out our 2014 options and pricing, read more about what to expect as a CSA member, meet our core group of volunteers who keep the CSA running,